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Similar words: show offblow offthrow offin view ofblow outgrow onblow overfrom now onMeaning: n. someone who deliberately behaves in such a way as to attract attention show off. v. display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously. 
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1. You're such a show-off!
2. She's a bit of a show-off.
3. She's always been a real show-off.
4. Jimena's such a show-off, she always wants to be the centre of attention.
5. Dave can be a real show-off at times.
6. It can encourage the show-off in us.
7. Dominic's show-off fact: He was the youngest person ever to run for London Mayor.
8. Johnny was a show-off - a balding braggart who was later proved to be a liar.
9. You have to be a bit of a show-off to be an actor.
10. Pretty meant vacuous, personality meant show-off, having fun was shopgirl mentality.
11. At first, Hermione seemed like a very uptight show-off.
12. From the surface, they are just love to show-off.
13. No one likes a show-off.
14. That guy is such a show-off.
15. One of my favorite show-off tricks is to do a complete bare-metal system rebuild, using only a Tom's Root Boot disk and an Internet connection.
16. You know, he had this big sort of show-off cellar.
17. People also use the expression to describe someone who is a "show-off".
18. One thick-skinned show-off waves his foot in the flames for a foolhardy second.
19. To compensate, he began to brag about how smart he was, and his classmates responded by calling him "crazy" and "show-off" and by totally excluding him from their social life.
20. Show-off, stay fresh: If you have 20 years of work experience, you are likely have a lot of things to talk about in your job interview.
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21. Sir, I would like to be a show-off, show-off, pick your nose and blow-off.
22. He had this big, you know, sort of show-off cellar, you know.
23. No one likes a show-off, but false modesty can be a big turn-off too.
24. And he was going to give a rocket to Show-Off, whose performance on the publicity front had been absolutely dismal.
25. The lesson of Trafalgar Square 2000 was that 3000 fearless anarchists were kept in check by one scantily clad show-off.
26. You also have a strong desire to perform in front of others, perhaps just as a show-off or as an actor or performer in games or other situations that demonstrate your talents.
27. But maybe this is, indeed, the season when he ditches that image of the playground show-off.
28. Prof. Zhou Xiaozheng, Renmin University of China, said, "This sort of show-off behavior could become rapidly well-known.
29. A professor in psychology in Fudan University said: "More and more people tend to use cars as show-off to satisfy their spiritual emptiness."
30. Sensing the benefits, Sina Weibo has implemented a very interesting medal reward system to let users have fun on earning medals for personal enjoyment or show-off.
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