Meaning of flamboyantly in English:

flamboyantly

Pronunciation /flamˈbɔɪəntli/

adverb

See flamboyant

‘He had scruffy dark hair and was dressed flamboyantly, his bright clothes meticulously selected for their colour coordination, if not for their aesthetic appeal.’
  • ‘Everyone knows that there are two types of people in the world: those who grew up wanting to be flamboyantly famous rock stars, and those who wanted to be lawyers or doctors.’
  • ‘People approached me to tell me how bold I was for dressing flamboyantly.’
  • ‘People who look good in costume do it as often as possible, as flamboyantly as possible, and make everyone else look terrible in comparison.’