un showy

showy

[shoh-ee]
adjective, showier, showiest.
1.
making an imposing display: showy flowers.
2.
pompous; ostentatious; gaudy.

Origin:
1705–15; show + -y1

unshowy, adjective


2. loud. See gaudy1, grandiose.


2. humble.
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showy (ˈʃəʊɪ)
 
adj , showier, showiest
1.  gaudy, flashy, or ostentatious
2.  making a brilliant or imposing display
 
'showily
 
adv
 
'showiness
 
n

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