Toto Poetry
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Poetic Definitions: ostentatious
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Vaingloriously bright, dazzling, brilliant, splendid or gorgeous.
loud
proud
emphatic
pedantic
flamboyant
extravagant
Certainly not timid, ashamed, mousy, tremulous or timorous.
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— Gabriel Howard
Yoda
Ostentatious: Master, do I have a bright future?

Modest, once upon a time you never were!
Chaste, you have not been!
Gaudy, you are!
Flashy, you will ceaselessly be!

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— Edgar Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word ostentatious
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for pretentious

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Tara Foster
Waka
Just like the boasters,
they're grandiosely showy.
Neither drab nor small!
Being emphatic or strong.
inspiring admiration.

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— Gilbert Cooper
Verse (modern)
Ostentatious

Ostentatious rhymes with flirtatious, this didactic poem claims, but as rhyming verse, there is nothing more inane.
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— Hector Marshal
Unitoum
Ostentatious

Gimcrack
dawdle
hypocrite
impound

dawdle
affection
impound
flash

affection
recur
flash
play

recur
hypocrite
play
gimcrack.
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— Roberta Ros
Tanaka
Open and spacious
reproduced fraudulently
horn wine container
Being heroic or bold.
given or giving freely.

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— Gordon Innocent
Rondelet
Ostentatious

Self confident,
negative justification.
Self confident,
affectedly indifferent.
The name of a constellation,
desirous of copulation.
Self confident.

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— Valerie Leopold
Quinzaine
Ostentatious

Boasters are many bouncers.
Can you believe it?
Are they proud?

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— Clara Leith
Pi (π)
Can I show a verse, furnished so beings might see
Fully didactic abstracts, readily imparting, and oh how divulged free?
Flashy or garish seem all too absolute. But is flaring?
Grandiose, gaudy? - or boastful, arrogant? Darn! I deserted glaring!
I wonder luxurious and sometimes conceited, but frankly ought I
- given meanings so - innuendos fetched from equations spry?
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— Bernard Red
Octosyllable
Really uppish and jaunty.
But also foppish and flaunty.
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— Rhonda Silver
Nonet
Being bright, brilliant or colorful
as gaudy as a butterfly
filter indicator light
to attract attention
conceited person
conspicuous
flamboyant
garish
grand
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— Eddie Justice
Mirror Cinquain
ostentatious
showy, pretentious
flaring, glaring, staring
intended to attract notice and impress others
arty
ostentation
intended to attract notice and impress others
boasting, splattering, mishandling
conceited, arrogant
pretentious
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— Edwin Ace
Limerick
There was a dude from Mount Snowy,
He needed a word for showy.
      Could it be catfish?
      But then thought garish!
So smart that man from Mount Snowy.
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— Herbert Austen
Kural
Kitsch, braggart, rodomontade, swank
Flash's showy haughties

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— Edith Carlisle
Haiku (terse)
Considerable
circumstantiality
appreciable

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— Bobby Valentine
Haiku (3-word)
Exaggerating
latitudinarian
liberality

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— Robina Gay
Haiku (modern)
Proud, vain, big and stiff,
gaudy, boastful, and swanky,
supercilious!

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— Bryan Sinclair
Gnomic
Being choosy, fussy or fastidious.
Being ample, broad or spacious.

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— Howard Harding
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
gay
flashy
pretentious
unambiguous

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— Aaron Noble
Diamante
Ostentatious
puffy, ample
assuming, presuming, talking
braggart, boaster ..... caution, reticence
preventing, deterring, enjoining
frugal, humble
modest
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— Andrew Wyatt
Cinquain - Phrasal
ostentatious
stuck up
a queer bird
being ostentatious or pretentious
flashy

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— Edward Hardy
Cinquain - Expressional
ostentatious
bright red
and garish light
enough to read fine.
flashy!

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— Shirley Hammond
Butterfly Cinquain
showy
diffuser lamp
to attract attention
marked by extravagant display
brilliant
as gaudy as a butterfly
to be conspicuous
self evident
flashy
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— Ryszard Lambert
Acrostic - Prefix
 Obvious
showy
tasteless
extravagant
noble
trumpery
arrogant
tawdry
impressive
outward
uppish
splendid
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— Hopkin Howard
Acrostic - Suffix
Bucko
Pretentious
Extravagant
Grandiose
Vain
Flamboyant
La-di-da
Arrogant
Macaroni
Rococo
Thou
Conspicuous
 
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— Jennifer Austin

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.