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(Britain) a celebratory reunion feast or entertainment held a college

(used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous display

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I like the simple lights in the windows; my kids go for the gaudiest yard they can find.
The gaudiest example is the New York Yankees, who collect $75 million a season from running a team-owned sports channel, the YES Network.
It's about as appropriate as the brightest tiara of the shiniest fairy on top of the gaudiest and bawdiest Christmas tree with artificial snow and all the trimmings on Southport beach in the middle of July.
So get down to Thresher for a slab of wife-beater, dust off your gaudiest oversized polyester shirt, clear your lungs and get ready to cheer on the finest the world of arrers has to offer from the Circus Tavern at Purfleet, all from the comfort of your front room.
We have two boys from Tanya's first marriage, Louie, 10, and eight-year-old Jake, and their bedroom is full of flashing coloured lights and the gaudiest decorations.
Untitled #945S-01 (Chinese Landscape), 1992-2001, a formidable wall encasing a veiled statuette and covered with wax-soaked tassels, provided a creepy specter of preservation, while the campy Untitled #989S-01 (Miss Scarlet), 1999-2000, ranked as the gaudiest of the group: a crush of beads, candles, bows, and leaves coated with the ubiquitous white wax.
But despite all of the New York reading materials in the Monroe household, "nobody read anything in them beyond the gaudiest headlines" (p.
The face of the dreary structures that they have been creating recall icing on decadent cakes, or patterns found on the soles of some of the gaudiest plastic shoes available in the bazaar.
You've spent a ton of your country's money to host the biggest, gaudiest Olympic Games ever, and you want them to prove that your white countrymen are the world's master race.
Emeril Lagasse and Wolfgang Puck may get most of the general media-attention, but the real revolution in the new Las Vegas isn't destination dining; it's the change from give-away booze in the gaming rooms to high-profile, top-quality beverage programs that sell the best, the gaudiest and the wildest to a very thirsty customer base, many of whom believe that price is no object.
Then there is a Clown in glittering yellows and a fanciful Pierrot, both of which show Picasso's facility in capturing attitudes, while a brilliant, clamorous Quatorze Julliet combines the exaggerated movement and intensity of the popular festival in the gaudiest of colors.
Japan now consumes more electricity than any nation except America; its cities, neon-lit to the sky, are by far the brightest, the gaudiest.
In this latest outing, Leisure Suit Larry takes a vacation on the world's gaudiest cruise ship, the HMS Bouncy and discovers (surprise
Besides folk artists, musicians and dancers in their gaudiest costumes, Muhammad Hanif, one of the unique artisans from the Cholistan region, caught the visitor eye.
Who earns the gaudiest paycheck, who has the most pimped-out trailer on any given movie set, who can get a director fired for "creative differences.