IPA: gˈɛrɪʃ


  • Overly ostentatious; so colourful as to be in bad taste.

Examples of "garish" in Sentences

  • The color scheme is rather garish.
  • The headings are quite garish and messy.
  • The colours are garish and inappropriate.
  • Many of the colors are unnatural and garish.
  • The orange is rather garish on the first two.
  • The map is garish, and the geography is washed out.
  • He owns and possesses in garish, exorbitant fashion.
  • The name comes from their bright and garish colouration.
  • The current one is pretty garish and you need to change it.
  • The garish color certainly harms the article from that perspective.
  • The colour problem is widespread and wanders far into the truly garish.
  • Now, a lot of the time, this is littered with various large kids 'toys, things to ride on in garish colors and whatnot.
  • The Church of St. Eloi was very ancient, and adorned with strange old statues of clumsily carved stone painted in garish colors.
  • Children playing, men in garish Hawaiian shirts at the grill, women in fun and flirty sundresses, sprinklers on lawns, and older ladies fanning themselves make a tapestry of summer.
  • Meanwhile, the eyes of Jonathan S. Paul, of T Magazine’s The Moment blog, have been lingering both on technology that can be camouflaged and cables to connect them in garish colors.
  • And I forgot to mention the billboards – giant things stretching from the ground up to about 15 – 20 feet up, typically in garish yellow or red, no pictures, just Chinese characters, and frequently tattered, faded, and torn.
  • While the Trumps and Iacoccas of the world prefer to present themselves in garish books with jackets featuring large color photos of their own faces, Buffett, the legendary midwestern cheapskate with a knack for discovering hidden value in cookware clubs (The Pampered Chef) and encyclopedia publishers (World Book), has reclaimed a form of junk mail for his collected works.

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