from The Century Dictionary.
- Wet and disagreeable with drenching dashes of rain : applied to the weather : as, a clashy day.
- Given to gossiping and tale-telling.
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- adjective obsolete, regional
- adjective informal that
clash, that do not matchor fitstylistically
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"Sometimes it's amazing how you think two prints will be overloaded or clashy when in fact it looks even more subtle."
One men's fashion mag seemed tacitly to confirm this by getting clashy-suited models to pose like Madness on the cover of One Step Beyond: it's the heavy heavy monster suit!
Proud hunting predators reduced to clashy blots on a sopranos inspired sofa.
Still, I found the clashy deja vu pretty intense until I figured out where it was coming from.
We have lovely clashy helmets that are different shades of the same colours as our bikes.
It was a brassy, clashy rendering of a ribald one-step, enough to choke the eloquence of the most ardent.
A glance at the programme was enough to show the lover of airs of the trashy, clashy order that this was no place for him.
"Aye, it's a bit clashy," said the man, with stolidity, stopping to spit into his hands a moment, before resuming his work.
'He's bin out i' th 'wet,' Lias dear, has Davy, 'she said;' and it's nobbut a clashy night.
Work vintage florals with some trend denims or clash it up for best effect and embrace the bold, clashy nature of the '70s with a high-waisted, flared set of denims.