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Tawdrily dressed girls saunter along the sidewalks, or loll from the window-sills.
Both were young; both were tawdrily dressed, with many strings of beads and rings on neck and fingers.
It made the surrounding array of pretty silver cups and engraved medals look tawdrily insignificant.
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Perhaps they were more like country milliners, and pupil teachers rather tawdrily dressed, than any other classes of young women.
They are very friendly, are not so tawdrily decorated as those we saw below, and use little or no paint.
The altar was tawdrily ornamented with pieces of tinsel, shreds of gilt paper, and painted silks.
The gateway beyond the bridge is tawdrily ornamented with blue and green glazed tiles.
Dollymop, a tawdrily-dressed maid-servant, a semi-professional street-walker.
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I had to pull it twice before it was answered; then a slatternly and tawdrily dressed servant put in an appearance.
He found the "domicile" that very day: a tawdrily furnished rez-de-chaussee, obviously destined to far different uses.

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