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Montag flaunted her new face and big boobies, although she told Jay Leno she really wanted them larger.
Stupid Celebrities Gossip Monya 2010
Montag flaunted her new curves as she posed with her husband on the red carpet.
Home | Mail Online 2010
I just thought you may be interested that he is deceased, and can no longer ride on the coat tails of REAL heroes, none of whom we have known have "flaunted" their heroism, Purple Hearts, or
Heroes or Villains? 2010
Only to the extent that the norm in everything is always "flaunted".
Blacks vs. gays. Ann Althouse 2008
Does it matter if they have always been extremely thin and kind of flaunted it?
I can't have ya'all thinking I'm such a nice person jodifur 2007
Residents told this newspaper that the family had a relative from the United States (US) staying with them who "flaunted" gold jewellery openly.
Stabroek News 2009
What we have is people sticking their nose in something that does not affect them, and then complaining about it being "flaunted" when homosexuals push back.
I s'pose you ain't kind of flaunted it a little speck that you had some secret amon'st you, to spite Mary? "
Betty Leicester A Story For Girls Sarah Orne Jewett 1879
The symbol of the failure of East Germany swiftly became the Trabant, the small, unglamorous, underpowered national car of East Germany, which looked so pathetic next to the powerful Mercedes and BMWs that flaunted the economic power of West Germany.
Zero-Sum Future Gideon Rachman 2011
And Lon McFane -- his face was hot and tongue rapid as he flaunted insurrection in the face of the Church.