He continues that "the gays I know are not the flamboyant shove-it-in-your face type of people."
John Galliano, the flamboyant head of Christian Dior, is producing a movie (in which he's rumored to be playing himself).
These included a flamboyant veteran of the war against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan named Ibn al-Khattab.
In spite of my flamboyant behavior, I had some loyal champions inside the company.
Recently, the GSA has been under fire for their flamboyant spending.
The porch and windows are flamboyant, and a little of the stained glass is good.
It was flamboyant and showy; cheap, and tawdrily pretentious.
This flowing or flamboyant tracery was introduced in the first quarter of the century and lasted about fifty years.
Her eyes were a tawny brown; her hair a flamboyant auburn mop.
The flamboyant side of Romanticism and its noisy gatherings had little appeal for him.
1832, first used of a 15c.-16c. architectural style with flame-like curves, from French flamboyant "flaming, wavy," present participle of flamboyer "to flame," from Old French flamboier (12c.), from flambe "flame," from flamble, variant of flamme, from Latin flammula (see flame (n.)). Extended sense of "showy, ornate" is 1879. Related: Flamboyantly.