- garibaldi, giuseppe,
- garland, hamlin,
- garland, judy,
Origin of garish
Examples from the Web for garishness
The castle had as yet yielded to him nothing that he had not seen before in the distraction of company and the garishness of day.
The sequins lose their garishness; the painted faces preserve an illusion of reality.Carnival|Compton Mackenzie
"The insolence of wealth and the garishness of its marts are disappearing," I told her.A Top-Floor Idyl|George van Schaick
A bright light not only chases the shade from its aisles and recesses but also shows up the garishness of its glass.A Wanderer in Paris|E. V. Lucas
Piano colors of a violence and garishness are hurled against each other.Musical Portraits|Paul Rosenfeld
Word Origin for garish
1540s, possibly from obsolete Middle English gawren "to stare" (c.1200), which is of uncertain origin (perhaps from Old Norse gaurr "rough fellow") + -ish. Related: Garishness.