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to draw attention to oneself

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  • attention — noun /əˈtɛnʃən / (say uh tenshuhn) 1. the act or faculty of attending. 2. Psychology concentration of the mind upon an object; maximal integration of the higher mental processes. 3. observant care; consideration; notice: your letter will receive… …   Australian English dictionary

  • draw — v. & n. v. (past drew; past part. drawn) 1 tr. pull or cause to move towards or after one. 2 tr. pull (a thing) up, over, or across. 3 tr. pull (curtains etc.) open or shut. 4 tr. take (a person) aside, esp. to talk to. 5 tr. attract; bring to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • attention — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Direction of the mind toward Nouns 1. attention, mindfulness, intentness, attentiveness, thought, thoughtfulness, advertence, attention to detail, care, special consideration; observance, observation,… …   English dictionary for students

  • draw — [c]/drɔ / (say draw) verb (drew /dru / (say drooh), drawn, drawing) –verb (t) 1. (sometimes followed by along, away, in, out …   Australian English dictionary

  • make a spectacle of oneself — draw attention to oneself by behaving in a ridiculous way in public. → spectacle …   English new terms dictionary

  • make a spectacle of oneself — To behave in a way that attracts attention, ridicule, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑spectacle * * * draw attention to oneself by behaving in a ridiculous way in public …   Useful english dictionary

  • make a spectacle of oneself — ► make a spectacle of oneself draw attention to oneself by behaving in a ridiculous way in public. Main Entry: ↑spectacle …   English terms dictionary

  • slip — I. /slɪp / (say slip) verb (slipped or, Archaic, slipt, slipped, slipping) –verb (i) 1. to pass or go smoothly or easily; glide; slide: water slips off a smooth surface. 2. to slide suddenly and involuntarily, as on a smooth surface; to lose one… …   Australian English dictionary

  • upstage — [up′stāj΄; ] for v. [, up stāj′] adv. toward or at the rear of a stage adj. 1. of or having to do with the rear of a stage 2. haughtily or disdainfully aloof vt. upstaged, upstaging 1. to draw the attention of the audience away from (a fellow… …   English World dictionary

  • Public nudity — A woman hands out flyers at the Love Parade in Berlin …   Wikipedia

  • show off — informal 1) he likes to show off when we have company Syn: behave affectedly, put on airs, put on an act, swagger around, swank, strut, strike an attitude, posture; draw attention to oneself; informal cop an attitude 2) that dress really shows… …   Thesaurus of popular words

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