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Definition of "show-off" [show-off]

  • One who shows off. (noun)
  • A person who attracts attention by frequently demonstrating their talents. The tone of the word varies depending on the speaker's relationship with the subject, although it is most usually employed in a mildly mocking manner. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "show-off" in a sentence
  • "I rocked the accent though, and I was extra proud of it, which is why I was the biggest show-off with my nightly act."
  • "In the same poem, you write, "To make an identity repair-kit of all black folk / behavior, to shine or show-off, as nuisance as / nuance, sometimes some-timey and sometimes on- / point, the slanguage of hood ornaments.""
  • "So fresa is pretentious/show-off and naca is tacky?"