Flaunted sentence example

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  • He's flaunted the divine codes for too long.
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  • Only a few minutes ago she had flaunted death.
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  • I was absolutely aghast to hear how much my correspondence was being flaunted before the public gaze.
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  • To the more extreme end you find the blatant misogyny flaunted in Slick Rick's track ' Treat Her Like A Prostitute ' .
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  • Astute in small matters, he had no breadth of view or foresight; his policy was continually warped by his passions or caprices; he flaunted vices of the most sordid kind with a cynical indifference to public opinion, and shocked an age which was far from tenderhearted by his ferocity to vanquished enemies.
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  • After a hiatus from acting, Kirstie flaunted a shocking new form in 2005.
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  • In fact, iconic rebels such as James Dean flaunted their rebellion by wearing nothing but their tee-shirts out in the open during the 60s.
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  • She gained nearly 50 pounds during her pregnancy and flaunted her baby bump in trendy maternity fashions.
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  • The always elegant Diane Kruger flaunted some serious style savvy backstage at Chanel in Paris.
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  • If small enough, it can be covered up for work or formal events, but is fancy and noticeable enough to be flaunted when the time is right.
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  • Kate Gosselin's stomach surgery was deemed a success and in May 2009 the reality TV mom flaunted her tight abs during a highly publicized vacation to Bald Head Island, North Carolina.
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  • Where Kate once flaunted sporty curves, she now shows off a visible breastbone.
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  • In Edinburgh she was received by a yelling mob, which flaunted before her at each turn a banner representing the corpse of Darnley with her child beside it invoking on his knees the retribution of divine justice.
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  • This was an international coup de force, which presupposed that all these nations in whose eyes independence was flaunted would make no claim to enjoy it; that though they had been beaten and pillaged they would not learn to conquer in their turn; and that the king of Sardinia, dispossessed of Milan, the grand-duke of Tuscany who Md given refuge to the pope when driven from Rome, and the king of Naples, ~iho had opened his ports to Nelsons fleet, would not find allies to make a stand against this hypocritical system.
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