garishly


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gar·ish

 (gâr′ĭsh, găr′-)
adj.
Overly bright or ornamented, especially in a vulgar or tasteless way; gaudy.

[Origin unknown.]

gar′ish·ly adv.
gar′ish·ness n.
Synonyms: garish, flashy, gaudy1, loud, tawdry
These adjectives mean tastelessly showy: garish colors; a flashy ring; a gaudy costume; a loud sport shirt; tawdry ornaments.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.garishly - in a tastelessly garish manner; "the temple was garishly decorated with bright plastic flowers"
Translations
بِبَهْرَجَه
křiklavě
glannalega
cafcaflı bir şekilde

garishly

[ˈgɛərɪʃlɪ] ADV garishly colouredcon colores chillones or estridentes
garishly decorated/painted/dresseddecorado/pintado/vestido con colores chillones or con gusto chabacano or (LAm) de manera charra
garishly litestridentemente iluminado

garishly

[ˈgɛərɪʃli] adv [patterned] → aux motifs criards
garishly coloured → aux couleurs criardes or tape-à-l'œil

garishly

adv (pej) dressedin grellen Farben; illuminatedgrell; garishly coloured (Brit) or colored (US) → schreiend bunt, knallbunt

garishly

[ˈgɛərɪʃlɪ] adv (see adj) → in modo sgargiante, in modo vistoso, in modo abbagliante

garish

(ˈgeəriʃ) adjective
unpleasantly bright or showy. His shirts are very garish.
ˈgarishly adverb
ˈgarishness noun
References in classic literature ?
At the upper end of the lodge was a kind of hunting and warlike trophy, consisting of two buffalo heads garishly painted, surmounted by shields, bows, quivers of arrows, and other weapons.
Crew members clean him up and take him to Guadalcanal where they give him "a dark brown, sugary, rather tasty liquid to drink from a glass bottle slightly tapered in the middle" and "a type of sausage brushed with garishly bright-colored sauce that lies in a bed of oblong bread as soft as a down pillow.
What a chance it would have been to rid the street of all those garishly signed establishments which sell food.
10pm Steve Finch (Matthew Broderick) a town's unofficial organiser of all things Christmas, is irked when a new family move in and decorate their house so garishly that it can be seen from space, and hilarious hijinks ensue.
It's increasingly seen as necessary to dress and style this festive focal point to within an inch of its life, and ensure it complements room decor, rather than garishly jarring with it, even if it is only on display for a few weeks.
The bass-baritone was making a return to the Eisteddfod stage for the first time since 2006, and a cast that included Welsh opera stars Wynne Evans and Shan Cothi produced a garishly gothic performance of Stephen Sondheim's Broadway hit.
The kitchen is garishly tiled in pink and black and has no oven as the pervert usually ate out.
The city might be known for its garishly signed strip clubs opposite the Eaton Centre but it is also home to an estimated 350 massage parlours that are the real centre of Montreal's sexual exploitation.
The Happy Pill Movie would more accurately describe what is a uniquely British and deliriously silly excuse to sit back eating pick 'n' mix toffees as garishly coloured as Harry's house.
What's most compelling, though, is the turnaround in attitudes so garishly displayed by Braithwaite's pupils and colleagues.
But one has to question the choice of headwear - while thousands of his fellow cyclists took to the streets in garishly coloured aero-dynamic helmets he donned a traditional peaked cap.
In what was once a palace, Iberian art melds with art nouveau architecture; colours flow seamlessly from being garishly vibrant to quietly mellow; the garden looks straight out of a Mediterranean brochure.