Flamboyant

Flamboyant (from French flamboyant, `flaming`) is the name given to a florid style of late Gothic architecture in vogue in France from about 1350 until superseded by Renaissance architecture during the early 16th century, and mainly used in describing French buildings. The term is sometimes used of the early period of English Gothic architecture.....
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Flamboyant

• (a.) Characterized by waving or flamelike curves, as in the tracery of windows, etc.; -- said of the later (15th century) French Gothic style.
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Flamboyant

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flamboyant

unrestrained adjective richly and brilliantly colorful
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Flamboyant

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Flamboyant

Flam·boy'ant adjective [ French] (Architecture) Characterized by waving or flamelike curves, as in the tracery of windows, etc.; -- said of the later (15th century) French Gothic style.
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flamboyant

Any design dominated by flamelike, curvilinear rhythms. In architecture, having complex, flamelike forms characteristic of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Gothic style.
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flamboyant

brightly colored florid 
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flamboyant

elaborately or excessively ornamented
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Flamboyant

Flamboyant is a term designating a style of Gothic architecture in use in France about the same period with the Perpendicular style in England, that is, from the 14th to the 16th century, having prevailed during the whole of the 15th century. It was distinguished by the waving and somewhat flame-like tracery of the windows, panels, etc. (hence the ...
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flamboyant

flamboyant, flamboyance 1. Highly elaborate; ornate. 2. Richly colored; resplendent. 3. In architecture, relating to, or having wavy lines and flamelike forms characteristic of 15th and 16th-century French Gothic architecture. 4. Given to ostentatious or audacious display. 5. Etymology: 'flame-like curves', from French flamboyant, 'flaming, wavy...
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Flamboyant

In French architecture, the Late Gothic style contemporary with the Perpendicular style in England. It is characterized by flame-like decorative work in windows, balustrades, and other projecting...
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flamboyant

tending to attract attention; marked by ostentatious display
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flamboyant

tending to attract attention; marked by ostentatious display
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flamboyant

[adj] - richly and brilliantly colorful
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