2A fanfare: figurative a fanfaronade of media attention
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- The second notification was that of the king's acceptance of the new constitution; accompanied with fanfaronades in the modern style of the French bureaus.
- In addition, they decided to emphasise melody rather than go for rhythmic fanfaronades.
Mid 17th century: from French fanfaronnade, from fanfaron 'braggart', from fanfare (see fanfare).
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