gaudy


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Synonyms for gaudy

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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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Of special note among the objects for sale will be Nantgarw china, a rare pair of prints by the Worcester porcelain painter, Stinton, rare Staffordshire pieces, a Royal Doulton Age of Jazz coffee set, the finest display of Gaudy Welsh you are likely to see, 18th century oak furniture, Mary Gregory glass and much, much more.
BRITNEY Spears must have been hoping the sunglasses would make her harder to spot in this gaudy leopard-motif top yesterday.
The 74-year-old donned the gaudy costume for his guest spot in The Play What I Wrote at Wyndham's Theatre in London's West End.
But the image includes all the telltale signs of the delinquent gaudy rings and bracelets, white suit conflating the picture of the young hero with the stereotype of the Albanian pimp or cigarette bootlegger doing his best Italian mob shtick.
Created on the two-piano version of music by Rachmaninoff, Symphonic Dances is set in an unreal hall dominated by three gaudy sofas.
As much a part of the festive season as mince pies and gaudy wrapping paper were Disney's Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, the story of the amazing car with a life of its own; The Snowman, with the distinctive warbling of Aled Jones; and Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, which chronicled the mishaps of Michael Crawford's bungling Frank Spencer.
When they come up, in the middle of the gaudy set is one of the most recognisable faces in pop.
But viewers of this twenty-two-year survey may still be unprepared for Pierre et Gilles's seductively gaudy, frankly homoerotic utopia, where saints, sailors, and movie stars inhabit the same candy-colored never-never land.
And one of the bargains was a gaudy, gold-coloured bust of Evans - looking more like ET than a pop superstar - which went for pounds 5.
Gaudy pots, launched in 1979, will be replaced by pastel colours.
Elsewhere, a young blonde, Rossell's favorite model, poses in a tennis outfit, one sneaker-clad foot on the head of a stuffed lion and an arm draped over a gaudy armoire.
The 80s were runner-up, thanks to woodchip wallpaper, serving hatches and the overuse of gaudy features and mirrors.
It is the emotional echo of experiences linked to a domestic habitat made up of generically "modern" and somewhat shoddy furniture, flashy and gaudy wallpaper, violently colored upholstery--in a word, an environment both meager and vital, charged with energy.
Usually seen running around gaudy set at break-neck speed chased by Mr Blobby.
The gray universe is already condemned, already hanging in the gaudy noose.