Origin of kitsch
Related formskitsch·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for kitschy
As a result, Rue des Rosiers houses only a few kosher shops and kitschy delis, mostly dedicated to vistors rather than locals.
There's so much fun '90s fashion and kitschy cultural references.‘Surviving Jack’ Star Rachael Harris Is No Longer ‘The Bitch'|Kevin Fallon|March 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Brewer's not known for her verbal skills, and her famous debate pause has its place in kitschy political history.
That meant going as touristy as possible—something overpriced and kitschy.Makers|Cory Doctorow
British Dictionary definitions for kitschy
- tawdry, vulgarized, or pretentious art, literature, etc, usually with popular or sentimental appeal
- (as modifier)a kitsch plaster bust of Beethoven
Derived Formskitschy, adjective
Word Origin for kitsch
Culture definitions for kitschy
Works of art and other objects (such as furniture) that are meant to look costly but actually are in poor taste.