Ostentatious

In this, my fourth post using a daily word from this site, I’ve decided the best tack to take is one against the prevailing winds of words that usually blow in my direction and instead seek out a visual current.

The word of the day is “ostentatious.”  One of the more likable (if only for its use of the word “vainglorious”) definitions is this one from Merriam Webster:

  1. marked by or fond of conspicuous or vainglorious and sometimes pretentious display

 Below, then, I offer a photo gallery…visual definitions of “ostentatious.”

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