Madonna has hinted strongly she will speak out in protest, if not flaunt the law itself.
The active sexual partner got off scot-free to flaunt his aggressive “manliness.”
Then the Pope got involved, saying how disgraceful it was to flaunt their affair in the Holy City.
Why so many people are so eager to flaunt their musical bona fides by loathing Coldplay.
“We live in a society where there are girls who are in love with theirself and flaunt it but the majority are insecure,” says one.
Who is Jack Drogue to flaunt his pack and his politics under my nose!
Into what quagmires does it not lead those who flaunt it to impress you!
They will flaunt it away in a chariot-and-six, for the greater state and significance.
He is angry that Eugene and Pauline should flaunt their happiness in her sad eyes.
If she had his report she could flaunt it in his face or–she caught her breath and smiled.
1560s, "to display oneself in flashy clothes," of unknown origin; perhaps a variant of flout or vaunt. It looks French, but it corresponds to no known French word. Transitive sense is from 1827. Related: Flaunted; flaunting.