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flash·y

 (flăsh′ē)
adj. flash·i·er, flash·i·est
1. Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at garish.
2. Giving a momentary or superficial impression of brilliance.

flash′i·ly adv.
flash′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.flashily - in a meretricious mannerflashily - in a meretricious manner; "the boat is meretriciously decorated"
2.flashily - in a fancy colorful manner; "he dresses rather flamboyantly"
Translations
بِصورةٍ بَرّاقَه
křiklavě
blæretoversmart
yfirgengilega
gösterişli bir şekilde

flashily

[ˈflæʃɪlɪ] ADV to dress flashilyvestirse de manera llamativa

flashily

flashily

[ˈflæʃɪlɪ] advin modo vistoso

flash

(flӕʃ) noun
1. a quick showing of a bright light. a flash of lightning.
2. a moment; a very short time. He was with her in a flash.
3. a flashlight.
4. (often ˈnewsflash) a brief news report sent by radio, television etc. Did you hear the flash about the king's death?
verb
1. (of a light) to (cause to) shine quickly. He flashed a torch.
2. (usually with by or past) to pass quickly. The days flashed by; The cars flashed past.
3. to show; to display. He flashed a card and was allowed to pass.
ˈflashing adjective
flashing lights.
ˈflashy adjective
big, bright etc but cheap and of poor quality. flashy clothes.
ˈflashily adverb
ˈflashlight noun
1. a (battery) torch.
2. (often abbreviated to flash) an instrument which produces a sudden bright light for taking photographs.
References in classic literature ?
He pushed open the swing door and found himself face to face with Da Souza's one clerk - a youth of unkempt appearance, shabbily but flashily dressed, with sallow complexion and eyes set close together.
Visually and technically, the production is flashily impressive - the set and costumes by Tim Hatley are amazing and I particularly enjoyed the use of puppets.
Last week in Rajsamand, a farming district near Udaipur in Rajasthan, a BJP-ruled state, a flashily dressed - tight white trousers, red shirt, white muffler, white shoes -man in his late 30s said to a migrant labourer from Bengal that he has some work for him.
Elwyn and Danny from the tinworks, a tinsel flower buttonhole, coconut under one arm, a flashily dressed, loud-voiced girl linked in the other.
This book makes a strong statement for the importance of the curator: not the flashily self-publicising curator who feeds the world of contemporary art with new sensations and pseudo-profound pronouncements, but the type who, being deeply familiar with their collection, is able constantly to think and rethink its nature and to find new meanings within the objects.
The new film based on DC Comics characters, 'Suicide Squad,' flashily introduces a gritty superteam, but ultimately, it ends up a rather disjointed fantasy outing.
The motorcycle drug mule Green Hornet (Richard Cabral) flashily heralds his flaw as excessive speed, which just as predictably becomes the means of his self-destruction.
Girlfriends' Guide,'' debuting at 10 tonight, can claim pioneer status as the first scripted series for Bravo, home of such flashily entertaining fare as the "Real Housewives'' franchise, and the first series topped by Lisa Edelstein, who shines as woman-on-the-edge Abby McCarthy.
Instead, it puts reasonable limitations on their use so they can't be flashily displayed on packaging to increase the appeal of tobacco products to children and hook a new generation into a harmful addiction.
It's all flashily packaged, a blazing ode to vintage Bollywood kitsch as we have always known it.
The dapper look, in contrast, flashily displays sexuality through the covering of the body: the closed cuff, the buttoned collar.
Bekmambetov, who proved himself a dab hand at vampire thrillers ("Night Watch," "Day Watch") before he directed the 2008 graphic-novel adaptation "Wanted," handles the violence in an arresting if flashily impersonal style.