Definite and Flashy


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Definite adjective – Having distinct or certain limits.
Flashy and definite are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Flashy" instead an adjective "Definite".
Nearby Words: definitely, definitive, definition, definitively
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Flashy adjective – Attractively eye-catching in style.
Definite and flashy are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Definite" instead an adjective "Flashy".
Nearby Words: flash, flashed, flashing, flasher, flashily
Synonyms for Flashy

Things that words describes

style definite style flashy style
look definite look flashy look
sign definite sign flashy sign
example definite example flashy example
Other nouns: nothing, version.

Both words in one sentence

  • In Death Becomes Her, Helen, a shy, timid Betty in the beginning of the movie, is desperately afraid her fiance Ernest will fall for Madeline, her childhood friend, who is a flashy actress and definite Veronica.
  • Wizard Duel Ars Magica provides for this with certamen — a generally safe formal contest of wizardly skill (if with some definite potential for flashy visuals) which is the preferred method for the magi of the Order of Hermes to settle disputes that have gone beyond just words.
    Source: Wizard Duel
  • Film / Death Becomes Her Betty and Veronica: Helen (a shy, timid Betty in the beginning of the movie) is desperately afraid her fiance, Ernest, will fall for Madeline (Helen's childhood friend, a flashy actress, and a definite Veronica).
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