What Is Another Way to Say “Show Off”?

Looking for synonyms for show off? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a list of other ways to say show off.

  • Flaunt
  • Exhibit
  • Display
  • Parade
  • Boast
  • Brag
  • Strut
  • Swagger
  • Demonstrate
  • Ostentate
  • Vaunt
  • Grandstand
  • Preen
  • Flash
  • Showcase
  • Expose
  • Reveal
  • Present
  • Broadcast
  • Advertise

Want to learn how to say show off professionally? Keep reading for examples and use cases.

1. Flaunt

Used to describe displaying something ostentatiously, especially to provoke envy or admiration.

  • Example: He loves to flaunt his technical expertise during meetings.

2. Exhibit

Refers to showing something publicly, especially for art, or as an evidence.

  • Example: The designer chose to exhibit her latest fashion line at the trade show.

3. Display

Indicates putting something out for others to see.

  • Example: The company decided to display its new product range at the convention.

4. Parade

Suggests showing off something in a boastful or ostentatious way.

  • Example: He paraded his extensive knowledge about the industry at the seminar.

5. Boast

To talk with excessive pride and self-satisfaction about one’s achievements.

  • Example: She tends to boast about the company’s success in every meeting.

6. Brag

Similar to boast, but often implies a more obvious or vulgar display of pride.

  • Example: During the conference, he bragged about his connections in the industry.

7. Strut

Describes walking or behaving in a confident and typically arrogant or showy way.

  • Example: He strutted into the office flaunting his new luxury watch.

8. Swagger

To walk or behave in a very confident and typically arrogant or aggressive way.

  • Example: She swaggers around the office, boasting about her sales records.

9. Demonstrate

Shows or proves something by giving evidence or an example.

  • Example: The manager demonstrated his team’s achievements in the annual report.

10. Ostentate

A less common word for displaying wealth, knowledge, etc., in a way that is meant to attract attention.

  • Example: He’s known to ostentate his credentials at every business event.

11. Vaunt

To boast about or praise something, especially excessively.

  • Example: In the meeting, he vaunted the company’s achievements under his leadership.

12. Grandstand

To behave in a way intended to impress people or attract attention.

  • Example: She tends to grandstand during presentations to impress her superiors.

13. Preen

To take pride in or congratulate oneself for an achievement.

  • Example: After closing the deal, he preened about his negotiation skills.

14. Flash

To show something in a way that is meant to attract attention.

  • Example: He flashed his latest high-tech gadget at the team meeting.

15. Showcase

To present something in an attractive or favorable way.

  • Example: The event was an opportunity to showcase the company’s newest technologies.

16. Expose

Reveal something that is usually hidden.

  • Example: The CEO exposed the company’s upcoming plans in the annual meeting.

17. Reveal

To make known something that was previously secret or unknown.

  • Example: The product launch event was used to reveal the new features.

18. Present

To show or offer something for others to scrutinize or consider.

  • Example: She presented her innovative ideas to the board.

19. Broadcast

To transmit information widely.

  • Example: The company broadcasted its achievements through various social media channels.

To make something known publicly.

  • Example: He advertised his skills effectively during the job interview.

Linda Brown