Definition of Flamboyancies

1. flamboyancy [n] - See also: flamboyancy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flamboyancies

flambeaux
flambee
flambeed
flambeeing
flambees
flambeing
flamberg
flambergasted
flamberge
flambergen
flamberges
flambergs
flambes
flamboyance
flamboyances
flamboyancies (current term)
flamboyancy
flamboyant
flamboyant tree
flamboyantly
flamboyants
flamboyer
flamboyers
flame
flame-flower
flame-out
flame-retardant
flame arc
flame bait
flame bush

Literary usage of Flamboyancies

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1. Modern Essays by Christopher Morley (1921)
"... the previous comers and suspending the flamboyancies of their dialogue, should gaze with the pensive eye of Goldsmith or Addison upon the passing crowd. ..."

2. The English Rock-garden by Reginald John Farrer (1919)
"IRIS. loveliness of rose and cream : //. tenax, Douglasiana, bracteata, in varying subtle flamboyancies of claret and silver, apricot and rose, ..."

3. The Lord of the Creation by Thomas William Hodgson Crosland (1904)
"When it calls in the painter it must have flamboyancies, from the musician it demands profound flippancy, from the poet the worst that he can write. ..."

4. Modern Essays for Schools by Christopher Morley (1921)
"... the previous comers and suspending the flamboyancies of their dialogue, should gaze with the pensive eye of Goldsmith or Addison upon the passing crowd. ..."

5. Hyacinth by George A. Birmingham (1906)
"Time after time he tore up a page of bombast or erased ridiculous flamboyancies. Late at night, with a burning head and ice-cold feet, he made his last copy ..."

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