Definition of trashily in English:

trashily

adverb

  • See trashy

    • ‘It's nice and thick, epic, and trashily erudite.’
    • ‘Still, this film is surprisingly memorable, with some trashily vivid scenes like Cleo in dominatrix drag angrily whipping the hell out of Mr. Businessman.’
    • ‘The other three-quarters of Howling at the Moon are as deliciously gossipy and trashily entertaining as memoirs get.’
    • ‘The other half, trashily sexy, is more than simply retro: it deliberately revisits the place where it all began in the '70s, fusing Afro-American funk with Kraftwerk.’
    • ‘He is good but he's not good enough, and the same judgment could be passed on this trashily entertaining blockbuster.’

Pronunciation

trashily

/ˈtraʃɪli/