Gaudy is an adjective that means ostentatious — in other words, flashy and in your face, and not in a good way. Someone in a gaudy outfit is probably trying too hard to be cool and stylish. Gaudy evolved from the Middle English gaud “deception, trick” in the 1520's.
the man was very gaudy about his teacher
A sentence using the word gaudy could be: The girl looked out of place at the wedding in her gaudy clothes. Gaudy means excessively bright and showy, with a negative connotation, meaning that it is out of place or tasteless.
From architect antoni Gaudi?
Yes. It means extravagantly bright or showy. As in, she was garbed in some much sparkling jewellery as to look rather gaudy.
the root word of "paragraph"...paraGRAPH
The word (gaudy) is from Latin gaudium (hence the spelling) meaning 'joy'
i think the origin of the word paragraph is greek?
The word could be gaudy. It means extravagantly bright or showy.
ere is a Latin word 'gaudium, meaning joy or delight
vulgar, gaudy, tasteless, cheap, showy, ornate
Sure, you can start a paragraph with the word by. By starting a paragraph in this manner, I give an example of what I am talking about.
Grandma thinks that bright dress with the sparkles and sequins is beautiful, but I think it's quite gaudy. She may wear too much make-up, bright skirts and gaudy plastic jewelry, but Mrs. Periwinkle is a wonderful teacher.
Vivid . . . Bright . . . Colorful . . . Rich . . . Vibrant . . . Lively . . . Gaudy . . .
Left is the default paragraph alignment in word.
there is some difference of opinion but likely gaudy originates from latin gaudere meaning to rejoice & came via Anglo french gaudir meaning to be merry to produce gaud in middle English meaning a deception or trick or an ornamental bead or rosary which then led to gaudy by 1529
word of 6 letters for "gaudy"
The first word in a paragraph does not have a specific name; it's just the first word.
no or at least not any more than i capitalize the word sentence in a paragraph
The paragraph was very well-written.
The first paragraph of my essay was about the book.
Creating paragraph is a part of typing so yes, it belongs to word processing.
Yes, the word 'paragraph' is a verb and a noun.The noun 'paragraph' is a word for a distinguished section of a piece of writing used to separate a longer piece by theme or idea; a word for a short written piece; a word for a thing.
A definition paragraph would be one that offers a definition of a word or idea. The paragraph should be at least two sentences long, should state the word being defined, and give the answer.
You highlight the whole paragraph and then hit backspace.
Some choices: brazen, tawdry, showy, ornate, blatant, meretricious, gaudy