The aisles have some good Flamboyant windows, and the tower, if it had been carried up to its full height, would have been a fine example of the style.
The church is finished to the east by a fine Flamboyant Lady Chapel.
What first catches the eye is a very pretty apse of good Flamboyant work, with windows in two ranges, of which all in the upper and some in the lower are blocked.
As at Gisors, as at a hundred other places, the Flamboyant architects thought the elder building too plain, and above all things too low.
The northern one is the rich piece of Flamboyant work with which we have already got familiar--or rather not familiar, as its narrow windows may in the distance be taken for a Romanesque arcade.
The Riviera of 1865 was not the garish, flamboyant rendezvous of cosmopolitan finance, of ostentatious newly acquired wealth, and of highly decorative ladies which it has since become.
A reference to Leech's drawings will show the flamboyant checked "pegtop" trousers in which they delighted.
Here and there in France there are suggestions of the restraint of the last phase of English Gothic, but they are almost as rare as the Flamboyant style in England.
The Shamash (beadle) was seen to front theflamboyant invaders.
But the theatre with its brilliantly-lighted lobby and flamboyant posters restored his spirits; the curtain was already up, and a packed mass filled the house from roof to floor.
Nowadays a man of the distinction of Disraeli or even of Bulwer-Lytton would scarcely affect, as they did, the flamboyant style in dress.
The whole room represented a bizarre appearance, flamboyant and rather tropical in looks.
The former was trimming a picture-hat of the cheapest and most flamboyant style, and the latter darned a coarse white stocking intended for her own use.
The tower is pierced on the four sides by two long, narrow lancet windows, ending in a platform bearing a Flamboyant balustrade, above which rise four bell-turrets in lead, supporting a tall leaden spire.
That of the south arm, with curved mullions, is in the Flamboyant style, and contains portions of the original stained glass (see heads of angels).
The Choir is in large part Gothic, with late flamboyant tracery.
It was a very commonplace little room, and the flamboyant chintz on the sofa and chairs gave it an air of cheerfulness, as though this were one of the happy homes of England.
The sofa and chairs were covered in a rather flamboyant chintz.
The tower is of late Norman and Transitional character surmounted by a Flamboyant crocketed spire.
This subterranean church or crypt is necessarily lighted from one end only, where it is flush with the face of the rock; and these openings are filled with Flamboyant windows, which are very evident insertions.
Caldwell, in cool, clean duck and a flamboyant Panama hat, signified with a grin that he enjoyed the contrast.
On the disclosure of her name, Eric had expected to see some one flamboyant and assertive.
The man on the tree trunk was no mere flamboyant orator preaching a doctrine of profound socialism.
But the flamboyant figure of him in the Noctes will probably do as much as his own verses to keep his memory alive with posterity.
The bowman, after shading his eyes and peering at the flamboyant figure of José, resumed paddling without further ceremony, evidently intending to pass in silence.
Naked, painted, minus his fierce mustache and flamboyant headkerchief, he appeared a far different man than the domineering puntero of a short time back.
He passed the conservatory and the sunken gardens, flamboyant with purple-and-gold pansies; he dawdled over the aviary and the bear cages.
In a country that made flamboyant motions toward democracy, he knew that the term was used in contempt, if not reproach.
He could not have said whether bravado or contempt was moving him to such flamboyant dawdling.