flashily flashily


  1. (adv) in a meretricious manner
  2. (adv) in a fancy colorful manner



  1. In a flashily upholstered saloon called Dixon's, a new outfit was packing in the big names of the nation's popular-music industry.
  2. For sentimentalists there were such pieces as the flashily painted Exit Clown, Ballet Girl and Harlequin, and the portrait of Sir Henry Irving as Shylock.
  3. The flashily dressed man stands abruptly and tosses away his a cigarette, heading back towards the bars and restaurants that line this side of the river bank.


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