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cheesy

mod. cheap; tacky. I wouldn’t live in a cheesy place like this if I could afford better.
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Stevi Ritchie ramped up the novelty factor even more in the live shows, with performances cheesier than a fondue in the Swiss Alps
Hempfest was nacho cheesier than ever this year, thanks to the Seattle Police Department (SPD).
Oh Marcello, from the mediocre new album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats, is marred by a cod–Italian accent cheesier than a double Quattro Formaggi.
I guess I was looking for a cheesier, more flavorful scallop dish than the mashed topping provided.
Alas, that promise is ill kept in "Silent Hill: Revelation," a cheaper, cheesier sequel that's worse than its predecessor on every level (save being a half-hour shorter) and takes no special advantage of the stereoscopic process.
With a grin that stretches from Washington to Kabul, and the charisma of an American pastor, Blair is cheesier than a quarto formaggi pizza with extra Parmesan.
It's true that sales trainers get excited about the cheesier things in life, but I believe the big stick you need is your personal slogan--something to prompt you to think outside the bun, er, box.
The LPA representative, Dobkeviciute-Dzioveniene, is saddened by Lithuanians" literary taste getting cheesier and phonier every year.
We play those up to make them even more fun and sweeter and cheesier.
It has become a sound-track CD, a stage show, video game, reality TV show and the songbook of choice for the cheesier contestants on X Factor not averse to prancing around in a high school sports jacket with a plethora of even cheesier dancers.
That the mooning young lovers are not for the lactose intolerant, being cheesier than a night spent in a fondue factory.
In a nutshell: Droll, lurid, cynical -- and cheesier than cheese itself.
I hate to use the word "holistically" (or its even cheesier, more new-age spelling, "wholistically") since it was one of the most overused words of the 1990s, referring to everything from business processes to herbal supplements to snack foods, but it applies to the call center industry so, well, wholly, that it merits dragging out of retirement.
This year the titles are more grandiose, the opening studio music is overly dramatic, and the method of introducing the judges and their acts a lot cheesier.