[ US /ˌɛksəˈbɪʃənɪst/ ]
[ UK /ɛksɪbˈɪʃənˌɪst/ ]
  1. someone who deliberately behaves in such a way as to attract attention
  2. someone with a compulsive desire to expose the genitals
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How To Use exhibitionist In A Sentence

  • And yet, even in a culture where comparison has consumed so many of us who go on to lust after exhibitionistic victory and even now humiliation (if it pays and gets good ratings), we are called on to do the very thing Einstein said wasn't possible. Carol Smaldino: The Jewish Question and the Lethal Competition for Who Suffers Most
  • And thanks to Colombina for allowing me to present her 'exhibitionist' side. From the Mouths of Husbands - Marina's Impossible
  • Ironically though, Ashley, who has always had an exhibitionist streak, says the job has built her self-confidence.
  • My first major exhibitionist experience happened in my late teens.
  • I didn't inform people on facebook as some kind of exhibitionist (it isn't like I used Twitter.) Dr. Paula Bloom: PBS's 'This Emotional Life': Can Facebook Help You Grieve?
  • The couple, it turns out, have a strong exhibitionist streak.
  • Too much of this one-hour set was wasted on repetitive banter with an ill-assorted bunch of gigglers, ranters and exhibitionists. Times, Sunday Times
  • Baboons are especially notorious for this rather unnwholesome exhibitionist behaviour.
  • Are we all egocentric, narcissistic online exhibitionists who believe our lives are so important that they deserve to be publicised?
  • On the travelator, a tattooed Dutchman speaks rapidly to a girlfriend via his mobile phone whilst walking at full speed against the direction of the belt - perhaps some bizarre form of exercise for exhibitionists.
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