Definition of tackily in English:

tackily

Pronunciation /ˈtakəlē/

adverb

informal

See tacky

‘The trick here is to capture the most gaudily and tackily dressed tourists on film.’
  • ‘Once inside, she lined up behind a tackily dressed woman.’
  • ‘It was small, tackily decorated, and questionably clean, but I hardly noticed.’
  • ‘That these art works are actually, and not tackily, beautiful is icing on the cake.’
  • ‘I fail to see why a choreographer would think it is a good idea to tackily reveal so much spurious flesh, and for so long.’