One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘‘Nowadays young people want to buy these,’ he said, gesturing to his racks of gaudily packaged, dusty tapes, each of which costs the equivalent of 22 Pakistani rupees.’
- ‘The women, it turned out on closer inspection, were gaudily dressed.’
- ‘Stale is an understatement for the dry and musty-tasting honey-saffron tea cake, hidden beneath a garden scene, all done in gaudily coloured but bland fondant icing.’
- ‘Some, gaudily laden with promotional funds, emerge into a welcoming market.’
- ‘The roads are clogged with yellow taxis and dirty buses, and trucks painted so gaudily that even the dust can't mute them.’
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