tattily


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Adv.1.tattily - in a cheap manner; "a cheaply dressed woman approached him in the bar"
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tattily

adv (inf) dressedschäbig; produced, manufacturedschlampig (inf)
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In a tattily small recording studio (converted into a venue for one night), the hope is young, exciting and noisy.
The set works well - although some of the pictures on the wall looked a little too tattily suburban for a sophisticated household - and the make-up and costume for the ghostly Elvira and the various complications surrounding her manifestations are handled with real stagecraft.
But although I like a tattily made coaster with 'Haud yer wheesht' written on it as much as the next person, the tartan and shortbread image of Scotland is pretty misleading, you've got to admit.