gaudy

Gawren vs Gaudy - What's the difference?

gawren | gaudy |


As an adjective gaudy is

very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner.

As a noun gaudy is

one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

Gauche vs Gaudy - What's the difference?

gauche | gaudy |


As adjectives the difference between gauche and gaudy

is that gauche is awkward or lacking in social graces; bumbling while gaudy is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner.

As a noun gaudy is

one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

Bold vs Gaudy - What's the difference?

bold | gaudy |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between bold and gaudy

is that bold is (obsolete) to become bold while gaudy is (obsolete) gay; merry; festive.

As nouns the difference between bold and gaudy

is that bold is (obsolete) a dwelling; habitation; building while gaudy is one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

As adjectives the difference between bold and gaudy

is that bold is courageous, daring while gaudy is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner.

As a verb bold

is to make (a font or some text) bold.

Gaudy vs Baroque - What's the difference?

gaudy | baroque | Related terms |

Gaudy is a related term of baroque.


As adjectives the difference between gaudy and baroque

is that gaudy is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner while baroque is ornate, intricate, decorated, laden with detail.

As a noun gaudy

is one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

Gaudy vs Cheap - What's the difference?

gaudy | cheap | Synonyms |

Gaudy is a synonym of cheap.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between gaudy and cheap

is that gaudy is (obsolete) gay; merry; festive while cheap is (obsolete) to sell.

As adjectives the difference between gaudy and cheap

is that gaudy is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner while cheap is low and/or reduced in price.

As nouns the difference between gaudy and cheap

is that gaudy is one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations while cheap is trade; traffic; chaffer; chaffering.

As a verb cheap is

(obsolete) to trade; traffic; bargain; chaffer; ask the price of goods; cheapen goods.

As an adverb cheap is

cheaply.

Gaudy vs Lairy - What's the difference?

gaudy | lairy | Synonyms |

Gaudy is a synonym of lairy.


As adjectives the difference between gaudy and lairy

is that gaudy is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner while lairy is (uk) touchy, aggressive or confrontational, usually while drunk or lairy can be (australia) vulgar and flashy.

As a noun gaudy

is one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

Gaudy vs Bespangled - What's the difference?

gaudy | bespangled | Synonyms |

Gaudy is a synonym of bespangled.


As an adjective gaudy

is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner.

As a noun gaudy

is one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

As a verb bespangled is

(bespangle).

Atrocious vs Gaudy - What's the difference?

atrocious | gaudy |


As adjectives the difference between atrocious and gaudy

is that atrocious is frightful, evil, cruel or monstrous while gaudy is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner.

As a noun gaudy is

one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

Elegant vs Gaudy - What's the difference?

elegant | gaudy | Related terms |

Elegant is a related term of gaudy.


As adjectives the difference between elegant and gaudy

is that elegant is elegant while gaudy is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner.

As a noun gaudy is

one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

Fancy vs Gaudy - What's the difference?

fancy | gaudy | Related terms |

Fancy is a related term of gaudy.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between fancy and gaudy

is that fancy is (obsolete) extravagant; above real value while gaudy is (obsolete) gay; merry; festive.

As nouns the difference between fancy and gaudy

is that fancy is the imagination while gaudy is one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

As adjectives the difference between fancy and gaudy

is that fancy is decorative while gaudy is very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner.

As a verb fancy

is (formal) to appreciate without jealousy or greed.

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