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1‘she was famed for her flamboyant personality’
ostentatious, exuberant, confident, lively, buoyant, animated, energetic, vibrant, vivacious, extravagant, theatrical, showy, swashbuckling, dashing, rakish
2‘a flamboyant cravat’
colourful, brilliantly coloured, brightly coloured, bright, rich, vibrant, vivid
exciting, dazzling, eye-catching, bold, splendid, resplendent, glamorous
showy, gaudy, garish, lurid, loud, flashy, brash, ostentatious
3‘a flamboyant architectural style’
elaborate, ornate, fancy
baroque, rococo, arabesque
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