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brightly coloured and ugly, or of bad quality
very bright and colourful in an ugly way
a lurid colour is very bright in an ugly way
big, bright, or colourful in a way that is not attractive
very bright and colourful, usually in a way that looks ugly
very bright in a way that does not show good taste
with an unpleasant shiny yellow colour
Britishvery informal bright or loud in an unpleasant way
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