[ UK /kˈɪtʃi/ ]
effusively or insincerely emotional
sentimental soap operas
maudlin expressions of sympathy
a bathetic novel
a schmaltzy song
How To Use kitschy In A Sentence
- The poem recounts, with heavy tones and little irony, the kitschy mock-trial proceedings, in which an audience of tourists deems Bishop guilty of witchery.
- Kitschy Christmas cards can be found at any convenience store in any town across the United States.
- Kitschy LivingA whole load of kitsch from a "Nice Jewish Guys" calendar to Clockwork Orange jumpers.203gowFrom knitted benches to crocheted Buddhas, the work of the Japan's finest guerrilla crafter. Internet picks of the week
- The sleek horses, cute lambs, elephants and a hippopotamus could be auditioning for kitschy animal calendars.
- The house he and his companion inhabit, with its wood paneling, kitschy horse lamp and loosely covered sofa, is far from upscale suburbia.
- She steals a pair of ancient earrings on display in a kitschy African mall store.
- Her nature vistas also coolly refer to the kitschy scenes found on the sides of customized vans.
- But to have the opportunity to compare Bouguereau's "L'Amour Vainqueur," a virtuosic 1886 painting of Cupid and Psyche in flight, sitting side by side with Jeff Koons's "Cherubs," a couple of kitschy putti that ought to kill the market in porcelain collectibles for good, flatters both works. A Divine Intervention
- “Up” means St Moritz, where from December until April, Milanese society is to be found every weekend munching apfelstrudel at Hanselman’s, hosting kitschy raclette parties in their houses at Zuoz or Celerina and possibly taking a run down the Trais Fluors or the Corvatsch. How to look the part on the piste
- Others - notably of sleek horses, cute lambs, elephants and a hippopotamus - could be auditioning for kitschy animal calendars.