gaudy的的用法,gaudy怎么读美 ['ɡɔdi] 英 ['ɡɔːdi]
too brightly coloured in a way that lacks taste
brightly colored or showily decorated to an unpleasant or vulgar degree
brightly coloured and ugly, or of bad quality
an annual celebration or dinner held at some universities and university colleges
All was as gaudy and blaring as a circus parade should be in a small town on a normal summer day.
Is only some foundation thing, walks into social the platform. I said the gaudy language, has not had such concrete, only was general said!
They went for one with "a gaudy amount of lights, " Mr. Carbone said, and bought some AstroTurf to style it out.
And all that's best of dark and brightest in her aspect and her eyes: Thus mellowed to that tender light Which heaven to gaudy day denies.
Edward is in his pale face, messy black hair, alternative Leather the earth through the gaudy, eventually return to his own identity.
A woman sells skintight spandex miniskirts and gaudy, patterned blouses from behind a flowery curtain in her ramshackle apartment.
There was a low house behind a row of maples, with one wall blistered all over with gaudy advertisements.
Up on a pavilion the middle-aged lady was dressed in her gaudy finery, a green lace tunic over a white gown with sleeves to the floor.
It's just a bit too large(small, plain, gaudy)for me.
A gaudy variation on the Long Island Iced Tea, the Electric Lemonade tastes better than it looks.