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Panache
pə-nash
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Middle French, 16th century
1

Flamboyance or a confident flair

2

A decorative plume or tuft of feathers, especially on a headdress or helmet

Examples of Panache in a sentence

“Met Gala attendees are known for their creative evening wear, which they show off with fearless panache.”

“The knight’s helmet was crowned with an extravagant red panache.”

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