- adj. Resembling, or characteristic of a gimmick.
- adj. Containing gimmicks.
“Some might call it gimmicky; I still think stuff like that is cool.”
“At first, I thought it was a bit "gimmicky" - usually camera manufacturers 'tack on' video as a bonus feature just because they can.”
“Luckily, I've found the story -- it's condensing it into 250 words of something "fresh" and "interesting" but not "hooky" and "gimmicky" -- and please, yes, let's add well-written -- that's kicking tail with me.”
“Penn: I feel like at this point, it's a little gimmicky, which is good.”
“Personally, I would call these types of toothbrushes "gimmicky," because like a conventional toothbrush, they only clean what they touch.”
“Every single shot was framed like an exquisite classical sculpture or painting , and what you guys have been calling "gimmicky" on this website can be overdone - yes.”
“And if the publisher has no history of publishing hateful works, and if the editor and owner both of such sterling reputations for being nice people and friends to all, then what on Earth would make their authors house authors, it sounds like? believe these two would allow hateful or ignorant or "gimmicky" works in the anthology?”
“There is about as much tension inherent in this kind of gimmicky storytelling as there is in making the audience listen to an answering machine message.”
“Cross off CBS 'gimmicky' Ex List 'off your viewing schedule - USATODAY. com”
“Cross off CBS 'gimmicky' Ex List 'off your viewing schedule”
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