Flair in a sentence as a noun

She's flair, not a "for richer or poorer, sickness or health" commitment.

As much as I don't like this particular flair of drama, I'm siding with Fish.

Whenever flair-ups like the preteen mess occur, it adds a tonne of stress upon us.

"That question, will never be asked with equal flair, in a one way propaganda.

Websites like The Verge or Polygon were exciting at first, but all that flair and gradients got old really soon.

Why should a user have to deal with artificial UI abstractions that add flair at the cost of increased cognitive load?

Mr. Bezos has some of that same flair and, when combined with adept entrepreneurial skills, stands to make an amazing mark in the annals of commerce.

I'll be watching Oppo, but I could be more excited tbh, and I certainly don't buy into their newly-acquired startup flair.

The task was simple enough to be completed in 8 or 10 hours that I could do after work, and I even had some time to add some flair to it for style points.

I really enjoyed the long, scrollable page, with readable typography and just the right amount of flair with the headings.

They offer the support forum as a major source of support and promote heavy users to moderators or give them some other special flair.

It may not be a coincidence that South African business is sometimes accused of having a lack of flair and imagination.

I understand why you're against having "advanced" features and flair, but being able to collapse the thread that follows those comments would help enormously.

On reddit as a blogging / wiki engine:• Any time you don't have to set things up yourself is a win.• The built-in features, including markdown, flairs, moderation tools, RSS, and comments, are great.

It took the best from Twitter and Facebook and added its own flair, making it the most contagious, fun and informative social network I have ever participated in.

It was an imagination of how an interaction might go, with a dash of hyperbole mixed in, designed to both amuse, and make reference to pg's flair for directing people to focus on those important, fundamental questions like "Who needs this" and "what problem does this solve?

If you want usage statistics for old browsers I have them, and if you want to be economical I can produce the second website for older browsers at a reduced cost with reduced flair, after all only X% of people would see that site and it would still look reasonable, just not amazing.

Beautiful animation, which almost perfectly reflects Google's transformation from a engineering-driven tech company with a flair for beautiful solutions to a advertising-driven "ideas" company with a penchant for meaningless marketspeak.

Flair definitions


a natural talent; "he has a flair for mathematics"; "he has a genius for interior decorating"

See also: genius


distinctive and stylish elegance; "he wooed her with the confident dash of a cavalry officer"

See also: dash elan panache style


a shape that spreads outward; "the skirt had a wide flare"

See also: flare