Examples of garish in a Sentence
the wedding guest's thick makeup was garish and unnecessary
Recent Examples of garish from the Web
The story is propelled along through hideous battles, surprise assassinations and garish scenes of violence.
By night, fancy cars came and went, and when the glass double doors swung open, garish Korean dance music, popular with a middle-aged crowd, escaped.
Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer used their garish showmanship to get the crowd going.
The colorization is relatively subtle, compared to, say, Turner’s more garish approach to classic films.
Fans of the website McMansion Hell enjoy it as a way to laugh at garish, overbuilt homes.
But in the locker room East players made fun of the garish Warriors color scheme, and Iverson refused to put on the kicks.
The 1965 French New Wave film, by director Jean-Luc Godard, is a hybrid of film noir and existentialist road movie in garish Technicolor.
This is actually a reimplementation of the game’s first edition, which came out in 2004 and was big and garish and explicitly influenced by Games Workshop’s seminal game of interstellar alien-hunting, Space Hulk.
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Origin and Etymology of garish
First Known Use: 1545See Words from the same year
Synonym Discussion of garish
GARISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of garish for English Language Learners
: too bright or colorful
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