Definition of spangly in English:

spangly

adjective

  • See spangle

    • ‘It's a traditional, in-your-face, spangly panto and a fabulous family night out!’
    • ‘The bridge is busy on market days with old ladies going shopping, wiry farmers carrying shoulder poles hung with live ducks, and young women in spangly shoes carrying umbrellas to keep themselves out of the sun.’
    • ‘Participants are being urged to get into the spirit by pulling on tight trousers or a spangly jumpsuit.’
    • ‘It is a spangly piece of tuneful easy listening, a record unashamed of a simple chorus and a driving rhythm.’
    • ‘Let's face it, even ignoring the lyrics, it's a spangly, sparkly pink feather boa of a song.’

Pronunciation

spangly

/ˈspaŋɡ(ə)li/