ornament (part of speech: noun)
vulgarity (part of speech: noun)
gracelessness, barbarism, indelicacy, colloquialism, commonness, tactlessness, repulsiveness, profanity, tastelessness, animality, vulgarity, boorishness, coarseness, sleaze, broadness, tawdriness, brutishness, inelegance, rudeness, baseness, lowness, brazenness, rawness, crassness, vernacular, earthiness, grossness, crudeness, saltiness, depravity, rankness, clumsiness, offensiveness, roughness, outlandishness, ignominy
ostentation (part of speech: noun)
grandiosity, blatancy, opulence, flamboyance, flashiness, snazziness, rakishness, pomp, splashiness, affectedness, vanity, bravado, flagrancy, showmanship, dash, splendor, dramatics, ornateness, shamelessness, boastfulness, ostentation, bravura, pomposity, formality, swaggar, grandiloquence, histrionics, fuss, showiness, garishness, pomp and circumstance, exhibitionism, pageantry, sensationalism, parade, jauntiness
- He loves flamboyancy and gaudiness. - "The Turnstile", A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason.
- A universe of ineffable gaudiness spun itself out in his brain ... - "Point Spread Poems", Paul Cameron Brown.
- I remember that when I was a young fellow and a bachelor I used to be, if not a dandy exactly, very particular regarding my personal appearance, and that I was willing to approach the border line of gaudiness as closely as any of my contemporaries. - "The Opinions of a Philosopher", Robert Grant.