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flaunty

[ flawn-tee ]
/ ˈflɔn ti /
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adjective, flaunt·i·er, flaunt·i·est.

(of persons) given to display; inclined to be ostentatious, showy, or vain.
(of things) gaudy; flashy; ostentatious.

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Origin of flaunty

First recorded in 1790–1800; flaunt + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM flaunty

flaunt·i·ly, adverbflaunt·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for flaunty

flaunty
/ (ˈflɔːntɪ) /

adjective flauntier or flauntiest

mainly US characterized by or inclined to ostentatious display or flaunting

Derived forms of flaunty

flauntily, adverbflauntiness, noun
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