[ UK /ɛksɪbˈɪʃənˈɪstɪk/ ]
- compulsively attracting attention to yourself especially by public exposure or exaggerated behavior
How To Use exhibitionistic In A Sentence
- The fact is, we encourage our musicians, especially women, to be exhibitionistic about their grief, to sell it to us, to reflect our own ideas of escalated sadness.
- Someone decided the show must go on, so Bravo's exhibitionistic and tragedy-scarred Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 9/8c will commence, with a fresh interview of several of the cast members introducing the new season and reflecting the suicide of one of the wives' estranged husband. Matt's Guide to Weekend TV Sept. 2-5
- What kind of exhibitionistic freaks have we become? UsedWigs - Quality Workday Distractions
- They don't need to parade it on stage in quite such an exhibitionistic manner.
- 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
- Gaga's voice is solid and, when she played the piano and sang on Saturday Night Live, she gave off a whiff of Laura Nyro, another Italian-American singer-songwriter, one who had genuine talent but lacked the exhibitionistic chutzpah and media-manipulation skills that Gaga has. Marshall Fine: Annals of the Overrated: Lady Gaga and The Tree of Life
- I know we live in an exhibitionistic culture, but why exactly would you like to have your bedroom on display 24/7? Herzelia Pituah House 3 in Tel Aviv, Israel
- About 5 p.m. on Monday, the exhibitionistic artist and brewing heiress Daphne Guinness spent about five minutes getting dressed in the windows at Barneys in advance of the big Costume Institute Gala. Stars, Socialities at Met Gala
- She wriggled a little, and giggled inwardly as she remembered deploring as "exhibitionistic" this same conduct in her oldest daughter. Children of the Lens
- This is impressive in its way, but also self-serving, exhibitionistic, and ultimately stultifying.