Flashy in a sentence

Definition of Flashy

Showy; visually impressive, attention-getting, or appealing. | (dated, poetic) Flashing; producing flashes. | (archaic) drunk; tipsy

How to use Flashy in a Sentence?

  • Presently the flashy man with the red necktie spied her and sauntered past her down the aisle.
  • Profession is a mighty poor jewel, a cheap and flashy substitute for the diamond of practice.
  • It is of the same feeble character as the flashy modern moralizations upon War.
  • Next came Stanley, the stupid, surreptitiously nagging at the flashy black he rode.
  • We may be told that it has always been so in every country, and that the fine society of all lands is as profuse and flashy as our own.
  • She had noticed Strollo when he had come for his mail on account of his flashy dress and debonair demeanor.
  • He was a ruddy-faced man dressed in a baggy checkered suit with a heavy gold watch chain across the front of his vest and a big flashy ring.
  • At the farther end of the lane thus made, a flashy young gypsy was seen, with a somnolent old mare on a halter.
  • Dick was dressed in the same flashy way, for he had left a trunk at the Grub Stake when he went away in the spring.
  • Bulwer was very badly dressed, as usual, and wore a flashy waistcoat of the same description as D'Israeli's.
  • Is eloquence despite of art, Whose flashy flights the ear astound, But leave no light within the heart.
  • They are written by a scholar, and not by a scribbler; and while reading their magnificent pages we need have no misgiving that we are admiring the flashy ornaments of wordy or half-educated mediocrity.
  • His blue Norfolk suit and his carefully chosen cap and linen restored a little of the adolescent look of which the flashy clothing of his own choosing had robbed him.
  • The woman, with her flashy dress in one arm and her equally exaggerated type of picture hat in the other, is nearly prostrated by the tune and the realization of the future as it is terrifically conveyed to her.

Short Example Sentence for Flashy

  • He was a figure of fashion evolved from cheap models and flashy materials.
  • The assumption of a large and flashy pin stood in his frilled shirt-bosom.
  • The national temper, in the civil history, is not flashy or whiffling.
  • Mabel Binks headed the programme with a flashy selection on the piano.
  • It isn't that flashy fellow at the prayer-meeting that makes him wonder.

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