Brotherhood cadres have been ostentatiously preparing "paramilitary" units, but they are really just street gangs.
The consul was a keen golfer, so Cunningham ostentatiously visited the clubhouse with his clubs and an overnight bag.
We took revolvers, holding them ostentatiously in our pockets.
They were ostentatiously solemnizing the obsequies of the departed monarch.
He went to take leave of William in a fine chariot, on which the Germaine arms were ostentatiously blazoned.
Meanwhile our attitude may be ostentatiously one of reserve.
It was not written in many volumes; his good deeds were not ostentatiously displayed, and he now sleeps peacefully and well.
Valentine Arden paused at the door and ostentatiously raised his hat.
His morality is not in purple patches, ostentatiously obtrusive, but woven in through the very texture of the stuff.
This limit is ostentatiously abrogated by the followers of Loyola.