Meaning of gaudiness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈɡɔːdɪnɪs/

Translate gaudiness into Spanish


See gaudy

‘The plush red-velvet setting is just right for an evening that has an extravagant peacock gaudiness but no discernible heart or brain.’
  • ‘It is his signature, his philosophy and shtick, his declaration that love conquers all, a testament to the gaudiness and foreignness of romance.’
  • ‘It stood in sharp contrast to the gaudiness of the other temples we had visited.’
  • ‘His dress borders on the flamboyant yet never digresses to gaudiness.’
  • ‘The costumes were bright and colorful without the gaudiness sometimes associated with street theatre.’