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Example sentences for tawdry

Some writers become obsessed with cheap and tawdry country-and-western songs, others with one special prelude or tone poem.
There's nothing tawdry about the bumps in the characters' lives, and regret darkens the souls of all involved.
Too bad they must be seen in such tawdry productions.
Lai knew that the professional golfer's tawdry episode was sure to grab headlines.
The indictment painted a tawdry picture of street-level cocaine sales, supplemented by occasional violence.
Granite, or marble, or bronze would seem ufc tawdry addition to those sublime altars of humanity.

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