garishly

[ gair-ish, gar- ]SEE DEFINITION OF garishly

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He was bareheaded, and very beautifully, though not garishly clad.

There appeared an elderly man, in a black frockcoat, loose-fitting and not too garishly new, a student's coat rather than a fop's.

The young miner followed his companion's gaze through the garishly lit crowd.

The world at large had a way of calling them painted women; but this day their faces were not painted nor were they garishly clad.

We crossed the garishly bright road and went in silence through quiet streets.

He didn't go into a garishly splendid place, named The Second Stop.

He took her arm and walked her into the garishly lighted bar-room, bracing himself militantly for what might happen.

Bending forward, he glared into the garishly splotched face of his daughter and put his hand to his throat, struggling for speech.

He had been walking beside a garishly liveried groom who was leading an enormous Holstein bull toward the judging enclosure.

Sutlers' wagons did not lack, garishly stocked, forlorn as Harlequin in the day's stress.

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