garish[ gair-ish, gar- ]SEE DEFINITION OF garish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GARISH
And it flourishes by gaslight; by day it is garish and forlorn.
A section of the roof turned a garish yellow as Kennon circled the building.
The voices of the children and the birds are hushed this garish noon.
"It seems to be shrinking from the garish light of day," suggested Happie.
Rich as he was, he owned no home except a garish mansion in New York.
There is nothing violent or garish in all this profuse decoration.
Far, far below, the theatre and the music-hall spread their garish gas-lamps.
He was standing between a garish dream and commonplace realities.
So, about nine o'clock, he strolled into the huge, garish music-hall.
For this spectacle of genuine misery is not at all like the garish scene he has imagined.
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