Exhibitionism definition

ĕksə-bĭshə-nĭzəm
The act or practice of deliberately behaving so as to attract attention.
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(psychiatry) A psychosexual disorder marked by the compulsive exposure of the genitals in public.
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A tendency to call attention to oneself or show off one's talents, skill, etc.
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A tendency to expose parts of the body that are conventionally concealed, esp. in seeking sexual stimulation or gratification.
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An instance of such exposure.
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(psychiatry) The deriving of sexual gratification from fantasies or acts that involve exposing one's genitals to a nonconsenting stranger.
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The act or practice of deliberately behaving so as to attract attention.
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The practice or character trait of deliberately drawing attention to oneself.
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(pathology) The practice or character trait of deliberately displaying one's genitals, nipples, or buttocks in public.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
exhibitionism
Plural:
exhibitionisms