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A Lupus Flower.

A Lupus Flower.

A Lupus Flower

While Wonder Woman 1984 still has a bit of the old magic, and its leads all turn in terrific performances, the film is hampered by a frequently nonsensical plot, extraneous showy action sequences, and it's way too heavy-handed with the moralizing.

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giving an impression of value by a bright and striking outward appearance. His clothes are too showy for my liking. uitspattig مُبَهْرَج، مُزَوَّق إلى حَدٍ كبير крещящ vistoso nápadný, efektní prunkvoll pralende επιδεικτικÏŒς, φανταχτερÏŒςllamativo, vistoso silmatorkav پرزرق وبرق näyttävä voyantרועש भड़कीला, दिखावटी upadljiv, koji upada u oči rikító mengesankan, indah, mencolok skrautlegur, áberandi; í æpandi litum vistoso, appariscente けばけばしい 화려한 puošeiviškas, akį rėžiantis, išsičiustijÄ™s košs; kliedzošs menjolok mata opzichtigprangende paradny ډولى، سينګارى، ځان، ښودونكى vistoso fas­tuos показной, броский nápadný; efektný vpadljiv blistav prålig โอ้อวด; เอิกเกริก gösteriÅŸli (過分)豔麗的 кричущий; строкатий بھڑکیلا lòe loẹt,or gray horses; then again, spreading out with the brazen clatter of the polished shining cannon that quivered on the gun carriages and with the smell of linstocks, came the artillery which crawled between the infantry and cavalry and took up its appointed position.

She had seen Tom at all the balls in the best houses, found no fault with his exterior and manners, both of which were fashionable and showy, and now discovered that he had a most sympathetic heart, over which, unknown to herself, she had obtained a very unlimited control.Of the two parties who answered it, but one would consent to give me fifty pounds, the sum my mother bade me name as the salary I should require; and here, I hesitated about engaging myself, as I feared the children would be too old, and their parents would require some one more showy, or more experienced, if not more accomplished than I. (Source: www.thefreedictionary.com)

ADJECTIVE

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshowyshow‧y /ˈʃəʊi $ ˈʃoÊŠi/ adjective SHOW OFFsomething that is showy is very colourful, big, expensive etc, especially in a way that attracts people’s attention an attractive shrub with showy flowers —showily adverb —showiness noun [uncountable]Examples from the Corpusshowy• He is gorgeous, not strong, but showy.• I see her again, very straight, dressed in light colors, not at all showy.• Winningham delivers Oscar-caliber work, too, in the less showy but equally complex and demanding title role.• Some bowerbirds are bright and showy, but others are drab and excite their females with elaborate shelters instead.• She wore a lot of cheap, showy jewelry.• Then they returned to their showy vehicles and went racing away with squealing tyres.• The species is distinguished by its showy white flowers.

These adjectives mean marked by a striking, often excessively conspicuous display: a showy rhinestone bracelet; an entertainer's flamboyant personality; an ostentatious sable coat; pretentious name-dropping. (Source: www.thefreedictionary.com)

 

 

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