flashy definition

  • adjective:
    • Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • providing a momentary or trivial impression of brilliance.
    • Showy; visually impressive, attention-getting, or appealing.
    • Dazzling for a minute; making a momentary show of brilliancy; transitorily bright.
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • Showy; gay; gaudy.
    • Offering a momentary or shallow effect of brilliance.
    • Without flavor or character.
    • Showy; aesthetically impressive, attention-getting, or appealing.
    • Dazzling for a minute; making a momentary program of brilliancy; transitorily bright.
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Showy; homosexual; gaudy.
    • Without flavor or spirit.
    • tastelessly showy
    • (used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous show
    • tastelessly showy
    • (used especially of clothing) marked by conspicuous screen
    • Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • providing a momentary or trivial effect of brilliance.
    • Showy; aesthetically impressive, attention-getting, or attractive.
    • Dazzling for an instant; making a momentary tv show of brilliancy; transitorily bright.
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • Offering a momentary or trivial effect of brilliance.
    • Showy; visually impressive, attention-getting, or appealing.
    • Dazzling for a minute; making a momentary tv show of brilliancy; transitorily brilliant.
    • Showy; gay; gaudy.
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Without taste or character.
    • Showy; homosexual; gaudy.
    • Without style or nature.
    • inexpensive and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • providing a momentary or trivial effect of brilliance.
    • Showy; visually impressive, attention-getting, or appealing.
    • tastelessly showy
    • Dazzling for an instant; making a momentary show of brilliancy; transitorily brilliant.
    • (used specifically of clothing) marked by conspicuous screen
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Showy; gay; gaudy.
    • inexpensive and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • tastelessly showy
    • (used specifically of garments) marked by conspicuous show
    • Giving a momentary or shallow effect of brilliance.
    • providing a momentary or trivial effect of brilliance.
    • Showy; aesthetically impressive, attention-getting, or appealing.
    • Showy; visually impressive, attention-getting, or attractive.
    • Dazzling for a minute; making a momentary show of brilliancy; transitorily bright.
    • Dazzling for a minute; making a momentary show of brilliancy; transitorily bright.
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Showy; homosexual; gaudy.
    • Showy; gay; gaudy.
    • Without style or character.
    • Without style or spirit.
    • tastelessly showy
    • tastelessly showy
    • (used specifically of garments) marked by conspicuous screen
    • Without taste or nature.
    • (used particularly of clothing) marked by conspicuous display
    • tastelessly showy
    • (used specifically of clothes) marked by conspicuous screen
    • Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • providing a momentary or trivial impression of brilliance.
    • Showy; visually impressive, attention-getting, or appealing.
    • Dazzling for an instant; making a momentary show of brilliancy; transitorily bright.
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Showy; gay; gaudy.
    • Without taste or spirit.
    • tastelessly showy
    • (used specifically of garments) marked by conspicuous display
    • Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • Offering a momentary or shallow effect of brilliance.
    • Showy; visually impressive, attention-getting, or attractive.
    • Dazzling for a minute; making a momentary program of brilliancy; transitorily brilliant.
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Showy; homosexual; gaudy.
    • Without taste or spirit.
    • tastelessly showy
    • (used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous show
    • Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.
    • Offering a momentary or shallow impression of brilliance.
    • Showy; visually impressive, attention-getting, or attractive.
    • Dazzling for an instant; making a momentary tv show of brilliancy; transitorily bright.
    • Fiery; vehement; impetuous.
    • Showy; gay; gaudy.
    • Without style or character.
    • tastelessly showy
    • (used especially of garments) marked by conspicuous show
  • others:
    • Like a flash: described as flashes or flashing; especially, acting by flashes, or by matches and starts; quick; impulsive; fiery.
    • Showy; dazzling for an instant, yet not lasting, solid, or real; meretricious.
    • Ostentatiously showy in features; homosexual; gaudy; tawdry: as, a flashy gown.
    • Insipid; vapid; without taste or character, as meals or beverage.
    • Like a flash: described as flashes or pulsating; particularly, acting by flashes, or by fits and begins; quick; impulsive; fiery.
    • Showy; dazzling for a second, but not enduring, solid, or real; meretricious.
    • Ostentatiously showy in appearance; homosexual; gaudy; tawdry: because, a flashy dress.
    • Insipid; vapid; without taste or spirit, as food or beverage.
    • Like a flash: characterized by flashes or pulsating; specifically, acting by flashes, or by matches and starts; quick; impulsive; fiery.
    • Like a flash: characterized by flashes or pulsating; specifically, acting by flashes, or by fits and starts; fast; impulsive; fiery.
    • Showy; dazzling for a moment, however lasting, solid, or real; meretricious.
    • Showy; dazzling for a second, although not lasting, solid, or genuine; meretricious.
    • Ostentatiously showy in features; homosexual; gaudy; tawdry: because, a flashy dress.
    • Ostentatiously showy to look at; homosexual; gaudy; tawdry: as, a flashy gown.
    • Insipid; vapid; without taste or character, as food or drink.
    • Insipid; vapid; without flavor or nature, as food or drink.
    • Like a flash: characterized by flashes or pulsating; specifically, acting by flashes, or by matches and starts; fast; impulsive; fiery.
    • Like a flash: described as flashes or flashing; especially, acting by flashes, or by suits and starts; fast; impulsive; fiery.
    • Showy; dazzling for a second, however lasting, solid, or real; meretricious.
    • Showy; dazzling for a minute, although not lasting, solid, or genuine; meretricious.
    • Ostentatiously showy in features; gay; gaudy; tawdry: because, a flashy dress.
    • Ostentatiously showy in features; homosexual; gaudy; tawdry: as, a flashy gown.
    • Insipid; vapid; without style or character, as food or beverage.
    • Insipid; vapid; without style or nature, as food or beverage.
    • Like a flash: characterized by flashes or pulsating; particularly, acting by flashes, or by suits and starts; fast; impulsive; fiery.
    • Showy; dazzling for a moment, although not enduring, solid, or real; meretricious.
    • Ostentatiously showy in features; homosexual; gaudy; tawdry: because, a flashy dress.
    • Insipid; vapid; without style or character, as meals or drink.
    • Like a flash: characterized by flashes or flashing; especially, acting by flashes, or by suits and begins; quick; impulsive; fiery.
    • Showy; dazzling for a moment, however enduring, solid, or genuine; meretricious.
    • Ostentatiously showy in features; gay; gaudy; tawdry: since, a flashy dress.
    • Insipid; vapid; without style or nature, as meals or drink.
    • Like a flash: characterized by flashes or pulsating; particularly, acting by flashes, or by matches and starts; quick; impulsive; fiery.
    • Showy; dazzling for a second, however enduring, solid, or real; meretricious.
    • Ostentatiously showy in appearance; homosexual; gaudy; tawdry: since, a flashy gown.
    • Insipid; vapid; without taste or nature, as meals or drink.
    • Like a flash: described as flashes or pulsating; especially, acting by flashes, or by suits and starts; fast; impulsive; fiery.
    • Showy; dazzling for an instant, yet not enduring, solid, or real; meretricious.
    • Ostentatiously showy to look at; homosexual; gaudy; tawdry: as, a flashy dress.
    • Insipid; vapid; without flavor or spirit, as meals or drink.

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