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  • n. Plural form of gaudy.


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  • Unlike our Oxford gaudies, which have only a few years' worth of alumni turning up, this is an annual event that alumni from ALL years flock to - with special focus on those celebrating anniversaries if that is even the right word that are multiples of 5.

    Princeton Times I

  • I remember bright rugs hung out for sale, silver poplars edging the river, marking off farmers' fields and in my sleep, I hear braying donkeys and gaudies'

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • "Marshal," said he to Chabannes, "we are told that over the Po yonder is Sir Prosper Colonna, with two thousand horse, in a town called Villafranca, apprehending nought and thinking of nought but gaudies.

    A Popular History of France from the Earliest Times, Volume 4


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