- n. Plural form of gaudy.
“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.”
“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”
“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.”
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