gaudy

[ gaw-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gaudy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GAUDY

Thankful held the gaudy ring at arm's length and stared at it helplessly.

She was dressed in a gaudy old calico gown, and had earrings in her ears.

Piracy in the past has acquired the gaudy technicolor of high romance.

A thousand soldiers, in their most gaudy attire, composed his train.

All are thick and rich, none are glazed, and none are gaudy.

From a distance it looked like a garden full of gaudy flowers.

Their painted faces and breasts and gaudy clothes were different from our Indians.

There were gaudy rugs and blankets tacked to the walls near the ceiling.

His colour was hectic and gaudy; and in composition he possessed little skill.

She saw me, though for a moment she did not recognize me in my new and gaudy plumage.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GAUDY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.