Definition of tartily in US English:

tartily

adverb

British
informal
  • See tarty

    • ‘One time I went clubbing when I was 17 and 3 very tartily dressed girls, obviously about 14, got turned away in front of us.’
    • ‘The middle aged women who come in later are dressed tartily.’
    • ‘Acting talent isn't important compared to an ability to schmooze tartily on the red carpet.’
    • ‘In the evening I'd dress more tartily.’
    • ‘I also wanted my breasts pointing forward, not pushing tartily upwards into a cleavage like a pigeon's chest.’

Pronunciation

tartily

/ˈtärtəlē/