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  • adj. superlative form of kitschy: most kitschy.


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  • What I pulled out was the kitschiest apron I had ever seen.

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  • As we traveled down the main road, we passed the city's kitschiest landmark -- a golden yak statue.

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  • High-tech special effects gave even the kitschiest subject matter a startling edge.

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  • When it's time for the obligatory visit to a temple, Wong Tai Sin is one of the biggest and certainly one of the kitschiest.

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  • Thanks to a new trend called Sleeveface, even the kitschiest of albums have found renewed life.

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  • Imagine the kitschiest family restaurant in Little Italy, then pump it up a few sizes.

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  • Post-hippie, pre – New Age (yeah, the first three movies really were that long ago), this bathetic balancing act subjected viewers to teddy-bear warriors and a Muppet Zen master on the one hand, and, on the other, one of the kitschiest pseudo-revelations of modern cinema: "Luke, I am your father."


  • Second, an excuse to shamelessly embrace the kitschiest aspects of Canadiana every November. - Home Page

  • These latter books are merely the kitschiest products of publishing's recent enthusiasm for "back-engineering."

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  • Whereas another chef might follow the USA concept to its kitschiest conclusions (cotton candy confit? frankfurter foam?), David Gilberg keeps the irony in check - and his food wholesome and appealing.

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