Definition of exhibitionistic in US English:



  • See exhibitionist

    • ‘The Internet is more public even than a newspaper, since it is free and unbound by geography; it is the most exhibitionistic communication medium yet designed.’
    • ‘The fact is, we encourage our musicians, especially women, to be exhibitionistic about their grief, to sell it to us, to reflect our own ideas of escalated sadness.’
    • ‘The gangster's possessions are central to his being; he owns things in a gaudy, exhibitionistic way.’
    • ‘They don't need to parade it on stage in quite such an exhibitionistic manner.’
    • ‘Nevertheless, her performance was somewhat overshadowed by the increasingly exhibitionistic shape-throwing of Stephen McAllister, the in-house main-course chef.’