Adjective(1) (of a glutinous liquid such as paint(2) tastelessly showy
(1) Let the adhesive thicken and become tacky according to the manufacturer's instruction (usually 1 hour) before laying the files.(2) The tacky stuff takes some shifting and it's not cheap to do so.(3) The header on these sheer curtains disguises tacky wax, which holds each plate in place.(4) Rachel took up some newspaper and stuck it to the portions of the wallpaper that were tacky but not yet stuck to his person.(5) Everything from Samuels's tacky costumes to his choice of entertainment is selected with one thought in mind: making sure his guests feel comfortable and relaxed.(6) There were three beds, one window with a little houseplant perched on the windowsill, and a set of slightly tacky drapes.(7) It was cheap and tacky and everything I didn't want to have shown as being part of my special day.(8) The authentic beaded doll had large gold neck rings, so we added strips of silver foil paper around the top and bottom of our cups with tacky craft glue to simulate precious metal.(9) Remove each stick, add a dot of tacky glue to the hole, and replace the stick.(10) The bottom surface has a tacky rubber material across it, which gives the pad very effective grip on all surfaces I tried it with.(11) Which makes it all the more inexcusable that so many restaurants spend a fortune on furnishings then stick tacky art on their walls.(12) Less expected was the response of my cynical video-watching companions, who thought the film would be too tacky for their tastes.(13) Apply tacky glue to the face and attach to the gourd.(14) Lisa got some construction paper because she likes crafts and Dana got some tacky costume jewellery because she likes to dress up and look pretty.(15) The chairs were tacky metal with pinky-brown covering on the seat and the back, but very comfortable.(16) The set is wonderful, from the cheesy 70s-inspired table lamps, to the tacky neon lights shining through the blinds.
(1) ticky-tacky :: Ticky-ludiog
1. sticky ::
2. tawdry ::
3. flash ::
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kind of TACKY?
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