adjective, tawdrier, tawdriest.
(of finery, trappings, etc.) gaudy; showy and cheap.
low or mean; base:
tawdry motives.
cheap, gaudy apparel.
adjective -drier, -driest
cheap, showy, and of poor quality: tawdry jewellery


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