showy definition by Webster's New World
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showy definition by American Heritage Dictionary
adjective show·i·er, show·i·est
- Making an imposing or aesthetically pleasing display; striking: showy flowers.
- Displaying brilliance and virtuosity of ability or performance: a showy violin solo.
- Marked by or prone to ostentatious, often tasteless display; flashy.
- showˈi·ly adverb
- showˈi·ness noun