Flashy [adjective]

Definition of Flashy:

flamboyant, in poor taste

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They look sharp without being flashy, and their optics are fantastic on top of not having to worry about fogging them up on an aerobic powder day.

Now that the pandemic has stripped away the flashy parts of dating, singles “only have the communication and the connection to really base a relationship on,” McCann says.

Heupel, whose teams are known for their flashy offenses, went 28-8 in three seasons at Central Florida, with a 12-1 record and Fiesta Bowl berth in his first season as Frost’s replacement.

The General Motors flying pod conceptOne of the flashiest concepts to come out CES this year is a vision of a one-seater flying taxi from GM and Cadillac.

Now a household name, Elon Musk’s SpaceX is designing, perhaps unsurprisingly, the biggest and flashiest lunar lander.

Pederson spent most of his playing career as the backup to Brett Favre, who was without question flashy but also knew how to win games.

Often, with big updates like major OS changes, the security features can get overshadowed by flashy new design and functionality features.

While these maps may stay hidden as behind-the-scenes infrastructure powering much flashier technologies that capture the world’s attention, they will soon prop up large portions of our technological future.

If there is another flashy addition, the price is likely to go up.

You can use the included remote or a smartphone app to control them as they change color and execute 28 dynamic patterns depending on how flashy you’re feeling in the moment.