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garish
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

2 uses
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Definition
tastelessly showy
  • At each seat was a cheap cardboard fan bearing a garish Garden of Gethsemane, courtesy Tyndal's Hardware Co. (You-Name-It-We-Sell-It).
    p. 159.8
garish = tastelessly showy
  • They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light of Jem's room.
    p. 362.5
garishly = tastelessly bright
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