Part of speech:
Marked by or given to extravagant, often tasteless display.
Ostentatious and vulgar; gaudy
Shameful or indecent:
Of, characteristic of, or like a style of music characterized by highly embellished melodies and fugal or contrapuntal forms
Glaringly conspicuous or obtrusive
Made of brass.
Full of light or illumination:
Cheap and showy; meretricious.
Of or considered of small value:
Lacking finish, grace, tact, or taste; uncultured
Lavish or imprudent in spending money:
Designating or of a kind of architecture, as late French Gothic, characterized by flamelike tracery of windows and florid decoration
Lacking plausibility; unconvincing:
Tastelessly showy or bright; garish:
In or of a style of painting, sculpture, etc. in which forms of persons and animals are intermingled as with foliage, flowers, or fruits in a fantastic or bizarre design
Making a sound or sounds of great intensity
Superficially plausible; specious
Characterized by or given to ostentation.
Marked by an extravagant or presumptuous outward show; ostentatious:
Too profuse and elaborate in ornamentation; florid and tasteless
Making or likely to make splashes:
Lacking flavor; insipid.
(Archaic) The act or an instance of showing; an exhibition.
A splendid or striking array or arrangement:
Gaudy, showy, and basically valueless.
Characterized by the qualities of jazz music, often, specif., the more superficial and showy qualities
(Music) Resembling or characterized by the sound of brass instruments:
(Computers) Of or relating to flash memory.
Somewhat worn, shabby, or dilapidated.
Containing, consisting of, or like trash; worthless, offensive, etc.
Of, for, or fit for a festival
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