Tawdry in a Sentence
Definition of Tawdry
cheap and poor in appearance or quality
Use Tawdry in a sentence
Everyone is always expecting a politician to have a tawdry affair.
Although Aunt Eloise had lots of money, she always wore such tawdry jewerly.
Most people consider reality shows to be tawdry forms of entertainment.
Have you ever read any of those tawdry stories in that gossip magazine?
When you viewed the handbag up close, you could tell it was a tawdry knockoff.
Because Herman did not want people to think him tawdry, he always bought the most expensive clothes on the market.
Despite the fact Angelina plays a tawdry woman on television, she is actually very sophisticated in real life.
The white dress was thin and tawdry.
Ginger’s tawdry taste in clothes totally embarrassed her teenage daughter!
Henry tried to make his tawdry apartment appear nicer by having it professionally painted.
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