verb. ['ˈflɔnt'] display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously.
- show off
Words that Rhyme with Flaunt
Example sentences of the word flaunt
1. Verb, base form
It all depends on how you install it and whether you let it flaunt its natural grain or not.
If you want flaunt curves, stick with small prints that flatter like diagonal stripes or polka dots.
3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Hollywood actresses flaunt their picture-perfect abs on and off screen, making us want their cellulite-free mid-sections.
4. Noun, singular or mass
If you begin dating again or if you rediscover the joys of partying, don’t flaunt it.
Quotes containing the word flaunt
1. I haven't experienced love at first sight yet. I've seen very, very beautiful girls and been awestruck but never love at first sight. I think confidence goes such a long way with women. A girl who is confident with who she is and she can really flaunt that is really sexy.
- Tristan Wilds
noun. ['ˈflɔnt'] the act of displaying something ostentatiously.