Two verbs writers occasionally confuse are flout and flaunt. They may look similar, but they aren’t synonyms.
Flaunt means to show off. She flaunted her wealth by driving her Mercedes convertible everywhere.
Flout means to scorn or show contempt. She flouted the traffic laws with her excessive speeding. (Flout can be used also as a noun meaning scornful insult, but I’ve seen only Shakespeare do it.)
Next time you’re tempted to write She flouted her wealth, be sure you mean she scorned it. Otherwise, change to She flaunted her wealth.