And most of the contemporization sounds like what it is—an ostentatious, slightly ill-fitting suit slipped onto a stiff.
The extraordinary price for the ostentatious gown proves that fascination with Princes Diana remains as strong today as ever.
However, he has a low threshhold for ostentatious displays of privilege, conspicuous consumption, and negligence.
The jewelry—rock crystals inset in silver—was bold but not ostentatious thanks to its antique finish and heirloom quality.
In the photo, the ostentatious monument is undercut (literally) by a temporary stall selling wares in its niche.
The man who is ostentatious of his modesty is twin to the statue that wears a fig-leaf.
"You ain't eat a thing," said he, with an ostentatious kindliness.
He bids him above all things not to be censorious, and not to be ostentatious.
The process of conversion was, for decency's sake, protracted and ostentatious.
I watched him loading a pistol at a station and was amused at his ostentatious manner.