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A bit louder, a bit trashier, a bit drunker, and more easily bought.
They talk and think about it enough in a certain way, and with such poor aids as trashy novels and paltry gossip.
THE HEARTH-STONESAMUEL OSGOOD
Dr. Farrar made thousands out of his trashy volumes, and his publishers netted a fortune.
FLOWERS OF FREETHOUGHTGEORGE W. FOOTE
Trashy thought and base utterance could not cheat his soul of her integrity; the vileness of Salt Lane had nothing to do with him.
When a steamer is about to start, book-pedlers crowd on board with baskets full of their—generally speaking—trashy ware.
They have no taste for history or biography, or anything but cheap, trashy, sensational novels.
HOW TO SUCCEEDORISON SWETT MARDEN
Another cause undoubtedly is our cheap and trashy literature.
Mrs. Smith mentioned the name of a well-known writer of trashy fiction and added, "Didn't you never read none of her books?"
THE LONG DAYDOROTHY RICHARDSON
But I was determined to show the public something superior to the so-called Broadway successes, which are so terribly trashy.
JILL THE RECKLESSP. G. (PELHAM GRENVILLE) WODEHOUSE
Suit the taste and capacity of your audience; but never play anything which you know is trashy and worthless.

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