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Word: flaunt

Definition: display ostentatiously; Ex. ``Honey, if you've got it, flaunt it !''


Sentences Containing 'flaunt'

He did not always follow the standard rules of composition in his works, and has thus been called the "first American composer to emphasize strongly a creative independence and to flaunt his personal idiosyncrasies in both his music and (especially) his published writings".
He lives and works in San Francisco. His fashion, editorial and advertising work has appeared in numerous publications including W, Details, Flaunt, The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Rebel, GQ, The New Yorker, and Dazed and Confused.
They are the hosts of the Japanese version of "So You Think You Can Dance", have presented several specials on UK Dance music TV station Flaunt, and host a long running dance music and entertainment Podcast – "The Young Punx FM"[http://www.theyoungpunx.com/site/category/podcast/].
While persecuted, if the Jews stayed under the radar and did not flaunt their faith, they could remain in Spain with little problems.

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