tacky definition

  • adjective:
    • somewhat adhesive or gummy to the touch; sticky.
    • Informal Neglected plus a state of disrepair: a tacky old cabin when you look at the woods.
    • Lacking design or good taste; tawdry: tacky clothes.
    • Distasteful or offensive; tasteless: a tacky comment.
    • Of a substance, somewhat sticky.
    • Of inferior.
    • In bad flavor.
    • gaudy, flashy, showy, garish
    • dowdy, shabbily dressed
    • shabby, dowdy (in a single's appearance)
    • Sticky; adhesive; natural; -- stated of paint, varnish, etc., if not well-dried.
    • Dowdy, shabby, or ignored to look at; unkempt.
    • In poor style; appearing cheap; gaudy; unstylish. Broadly familiar with describe things whose style is disapproved of by the presenter.
    • Tactless; in bad style; -- accustomed describe behavior.
    • tastelessly showy
    • (of a glutinous liquid including paint) maybe not completely dried and somewhat gluey to touch
  • noun:
    • An ill-conditioned, ill-fed, or neglected horse; additionally, a person in a like problem.
    • An ill-fed or overlooked horse; a rough, bony nag: occasionally used in addition of people into the love condition. Additionally tackey and ticky.
    • an extended and stout part of mimosa using thorns left on at the conclusion.
  • others:
    • Unkempt; rough; shabby; ill-fed: said of people or animals.
    • Bad; poor; miserable.
    • Adhesive; sticky; tenacious: noting viscous substances or areas. In addition tackey.

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