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Synonyms for garishly

in a tastelessly garish manner

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Graphically, ''Saints Row IV'' is garishly glitchy, an issue offset by the fact the game is set within an unstable computer simulation.
uk Thus she begins stretching past you to grab whatever wrongly-sized, garishly coloured impractical item she can lay her hands on.
However, the colour rules do not apply to underwear and accessories, ensuring that female players keen to show a little individuality are reduced to flashing garishly coloured underwear.
They live in a garishly furnished flat and, bizarrely, are subject to surprise visits from their forbidding superior, the surgeon Sir Lancelot (Robert Powell in an unlikely role), who threatens to perform an operation on the table.
35pm He has so many garishly coloured suits that you'd probably need protective eyegoggles if you were to look in his wardrobe, but don't hold it against him - that Graham Norton fellow simply has it.
35pm He has so many garishly coloured suits that you'd probably need protective eye-goggles if you were to look in his wardrobe, but don't hold it against him - that Graham Norton fellow simply has it.
When the garishly loud, aspiring singer Dolores Van Cartier arrives on the doorstep of Philadelphia Convent seeking a hiding place from her gangster mob boyfriend, Curtis Jackson, the calm and serene atmosphere of the convent is never to be the same again.
The Irish international is famous for his extravagant lifestyle, and his garishly decorated range of luxury cars, including motors with the superman emblem stitched into the fabric of the seat headrests.
Not all of Wolf Gang's material is so instantly loveable - some of the slower songs felt garishly overblown - but if McElligott pens a few more tunes half as exceptional as Dancing With the Devil and closer Lions In Cages, he'll go far.
Opening with a retrospective exhibition for expatriate artist Nabil Nahas, the Beirut Exhibition Center displays canvases plastered with starfish corpses and splattered with garishly colored acrylic paint
But because Citi Field is, after all, a post-modern and post-industrial stadium, the architects have slyly intimated that all the supports implicit in arches and masonry are just a ruse, and the abundance of open glass that leads into the garishly adequate Jackie Robinson Rotunda indicates just that.
Rubies" is now performed frequently by companies all around the world--often out of its context in the full-length Jewels--and often garishly.
Included here were twenty-one works from the series; ranging from about seven inches square up to more than six feet across, they are primarily but not exclusively abstract, either grisaille or garishly colorful.
Posing for a shoot to promote the latest Girls Aloud single, Cheryl proudly displays the barbed wire and plantlife design that garishly adorns the top of her right thigh.
The spot, which depicted Taylor garishly dressed in disco-era clothes and applying lotion to another man's temples, destroyed his campaign, forcing him to drop out of the race amid bitter accusations that Baucus and the Democrats had employed a gay smear campaign.