Cheap and showy; gaudy. See Synonyms at gaudy1.(adjective)
Giving a momentary or superficial impression of brilliance.(adjective)
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Use "flashy" in a sentence
""He is what I call a flashy liver," says Marshall."
"Younger drivers in flashy SUVs or sporty small cars are still ticket magnets, too."
"On the one hand, this gave the profession enough self-doubt to allow some of its brighter sons to start noodling around with the past, and to discover it was a fine thing; on the other hand, it gave us Frank Gehry, that dealer in flashy junk heaps, a sort of superficial Dinocretes writ larger than Vitruvius could have ever imagined."