gaudiest gaudiest


  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. He has separated two of the most colorful clubs in the majors from two of the gaudiest congregations of fans anywhere in the land.
  2. It may now be possible to propose a corollary theory: countries that greet American Presidents with the gaudiest displays of oil wealth tend to be the least democratic.
  3. Far and away the gaudiest reflection in the Manhattan glass of fashion is a ponderous, Prussian-cut, 35-year-old professional Bourbon with a Barrymore profile, a dock-walloper's.


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    Jewelry designer Lisa "Lele" Sadoughi possesses that rare touch that can transform the gaudiest costume jewelry into something that’s fun, dazzling, and chic to wear. “In my mind, jewelry’s not anything that you need to wear. You need to wear a top and a bottom, but jewelry should be something ... More »        
    on July 16, 2013     Source: New York Magazine

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