gaudier gaudier


  1. (n) (Britain) a celebratory reunion feast or entertainment held a college
  2. (adj) tastelessly showy
  3. (adj) (used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous display


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  1. Because Cannes is a huge party, in which films must fight for attention with gaudier enticements.
  2. The Metropolitan Opera season has not opened on a gaudier note since Maria Jeritza made her entrance as the stripteasing heroine of Thais in 1923.
  3. With the exception of the drably turned-out forces on both sides of the Korean War, the gaudier the officers, the surer the defeat.


  1. Craig continues to sizzle as Cardinals pick up series-opening win over Phillies

    Allen Craig's numbers are looking gaudier with each passing game. Craig had two more RBIs on T
    on July 24, 2013     Source: Belleville News-Democrat

  2. LOBSTER BOWL: St. Michel gets his due

    HEBRON -- Other Cony High School football players certainly had gaudier statistics than Brandon St. Michel in the 2012 season. Head coach Robby Vachon said you can't look at St. Michel's contributions just by glancing at statistics.
    on July 18, 2013     Source: Kennebec Journal

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