Meaning of flamboyancy in English:

flamboyancy

noun

See flamboyance

‘I think my sense of propriety sometimes dulled the theatrical flamboyancy at which he truly excelled.’
  • ‘They try hard to depict their stories with a delicate human touch, free from even the slightest flamboyancy.’
  • ‘He didn't need to descend to such tawdry flamboyancy.’
  • ‘The jerkiness of their sound was rougher than usual and their trademark flamboyancy was a little deflated.’
  • ‘When he dials down the flamboyancy, his approach is effective in enhancing the mood.’