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ostentation (s) (noun), ostentations (pl)
1. A showy display, as of wealth, knowledge, etc.; pretentiousness: Art was trying to impress the girl at his school with the ostentation that he knew all of the answers to the homework assignment that the teacher had given them for the test on the following day.
2. Etymology: from Latin ostentation-; from the verb ostentare, "to frequent" of ostendere "to stretch out to view".
A showiness that is meant to impress others.
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