ostentatiously (part of speech: adverb)
vulgarly (part of speech: adverb)
earthily, indelicately, idiomatically, outlandishly, crassly, brutishly, lowly, coarsely, clumsily, rudely, glaringly, crudely, brazenly, profanely, tactlessly, tastelessly, gracelessly, offensively, barbarically, grossly, basely, rawly, rankly, repulsively, revoltingly, ignobly, roughly, colloquially, unseemly, unbecomingly, broadly, commonly, inelegantly, vulgarly, boorishly
ornamentally (part of speech: adverb)
colorfully (part of speech: adverb)
- Ida Mary would hold up something of staple quality, but they would shake their heads and turn to something gaudily wrapped. - "Land of the Burnt Thigh", Edith Eudora Kohl.
- From where I sat I could perceive the circle of gaudily painted beasts that revolved about this musical atrocity. - "Ruggles of Red Gap", Harry Leon Wilson.
- On the right of this, a large gaudily- painted Yankee clock graced the wall, and stared down upon the sleeping figures of the men. - "Hudson Bay", R.M. Ballantyne.