gaudily

All Adverb Noun
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  • They pointed to one of their number who was more gaudily dressed and somewhat drunker than the rest. Cited from Micah Clarke, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The freight cars had been removed from in front of him and the rival car stood out gaudily in the morning light. Cited from TCB On The Plains, by Edgar B.P. Darlington
  • My reign might have been neat; it would never have been gaudily splendid. Cited from Lazarre, by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • Looking out toward the road, we saw four teams dragging large, gaudily painted cages that contained animals. Cited from A Busy Year at the Old Squire's, by Charles Asbury Stephens
  • I did not mind how gaudily I dressed the part of Weeding Woman now. Cited from Mary's Meadow, by Juliana Horatia Ewing
  • She looked at the gaudily-bound books behind the glass doors, and wondered whether any one had ever opened any of the volumes. Cited from Birds of Prey, by M.E. Braddon
  • The man clattered down the steps of the gaudily painted little structure. Cited from 'Doc.' Gordon, by Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman
  • These gaudily marked beasts take queer aspects even on an open plain. Cited from The Land of Footprints, by Stewart Edward White #4
  • The houses are all two or three stories high, many of them gaudily painted, and containing spacious apartments. Cited from Travels In Arabia, by John Lewis Burckhardt
  • Roderigo looked at the dark hair and eyes and the gaudily colored dress before him, and shook his head. Cited from Lucia Rudini, by Martha Trent
  • Miss Pew took her seat before the table on which the gaudily-bound books were arranged, and began to read out the names. Cited from The Golden Calf, by M. E. Braddon
  • On the table behind them stood a small, gaudily-dressed object, that Winn at first took to be a child. Cited from Raftmates, by Kirk Munroe
  • His eyes burned excitedly as he held up a gaudily covered fashion paper to John Cummins. Cited from The Honor of the Big Snows, by J. O. Curwood
  • They are about thirty feet long, richly carved and gaudily painted. Cited from The Story of Paul Boyton, by Paul Boyton
  • Yet among these gaudily dressed women and men with the luster of wealth and ease upon them, others mingled. Cited from Tarrano the Conqueror, by Raymond King Cummings
  • As she arrives home from the doctor, with Barney still away, she finds a gaudily dressed man waiting near their home.
  • The shrine was gaudily decorated; but after a prolonged search, we found nothing of any value. Cited from A Narrative Of The Siege Of Delhi, by Charles John Griffiths
  • There were many women present, gaudily attired, but they were not the elite of the half-world. Cited from Sleeping Fires: A Novel, by Gertrude Atherton
  • There were four of them; two gaudily-clad damsels and two men. Cited from Further Adventures of Lad, Albert Payson Terhune
  • But the study had a redeeming grace in many Indian pictures, gaudily coloured and dear to young eyes. Cited from Memories and Portraits by R. L. Stevenson
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