show off

VERB
  1. display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
    he showed off his new sports car
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How To Use show off In A Sentence

  • It's one thing to get some exercise; it's something else to repeatedly, day after day, show off in spandex before a horde of newspapermen.
  • Winter is no time to show off your love of fine dining and the foodie scene. Times, Sunday Times
  • They will always have great show offers and discounts, so make a list of where you need to save and head straight to those stands. The Sun
  • 'We can hardly be expected to foozle on purpose, just to let Archie show off before his girl.' The Man Upstairs and Other Stories
  • In this country at least, a specialist in reptiles and amphibians has little to show off in terms of identification skills. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘It doesn’t show off your curves’ (just the ones that give him nightmares) and this one ‘Its the same colour as the bath mat’ - he LIKES the friggin bathmat. Cheeseburger Gothic » Ladies Lounge
  • I'd wear it with a slightly unbuttoned shirt to show off the lace trim. The Sun
  • To show off the colour, hair should be shiny and sleek. The Sun
  • And, unlike local venues that charge admission and parking fees, the Miramar air show offers free admission and free parking.
  • We've got a big expo coming up, and if you'd like to show off your bots, the Summer Robot Games & Expo in San Francisco is a great opportunity to do so.
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