tarty


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tart·y

 (tär′tē)
adj. tart·i·er, tart·i·est
Of, relating to, or suggestive of a prostitute.

tart′i·ly adv.
tart′i·ness n.
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tarty

[ˈtɑːtɪ] ADJputesco
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When I did Shameless and played Gloria that was kind of a two fingers up because it was so in-your-face tarty.
Brand said: "As a completely mediocre baker myself, but lover of all things spongey and tarty, I am really looking forward to another Extra Slice and all the fun and frolics that brings.
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EMMERDALE (7pm ITV) THE charity shops of the Dales could be in for a windfall as Alicia has a clear- out of all her tarty clothes.
I used to think that Italian fashion was a bit trashy and tarty.
On the contrary, I find it rather bracing like a swim in an icy pool on a sleepy morning" Commentator Julie Burchill who says she enjoys being hated "I used to think that Italian fashion was a bit trashy and tarty.
Too flat chested and you look undernourished, too buxom and you just look tarty.
I look forward to seeing more of the other wives, especially tarty but kind Polly Walker and Pippa Haywood as the woman who sits outside the prison in her car and never goes in.
Comparing herself to Patsy, her tarty character in the series, the 65-year-old actress said she isn't ashamed to dress younger than her years even if it means she ends up looking "cheap".
They are both only 18, but I think she's quite tarty so I reckon there's a good chance it's not even his baby.
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