Adjective

gauche (comparative more gauche, superlative most gauche)

Positive
gauche


Comparative
more gauche


Superlative
most gauche

1. Awkward or lacking in social graces; bumbling.

Quotations:
* "Seeking by vulgar pomp and gauche display" — Samuel Griswold (1793-1860)

Cell phone interruption and etiquette is gauche.
by plantmilkweedseeds April 07, 2008
Lacking any class. Dumb and unartful, like most of the words in this dictionary.
fool
Man, you are so gauche. You ain't got no learnin'.
by jerdawg April 15, 2005
the classy way of saying awkward. use it.
sean, you are incredibly gauche.
by weinardy November 23, 2011
Socially ackward and lacking Social experience
That gauche girl, Sophie, was so freakin annoying at school, she just sits alone and won't talk to anyone.
by Sophie Grafeee March 20, 2010
nuveau riche, "cursi", expensive but tacky
that house looks very expensive, but is very tacky. as if 2 million buys you class. how gauche.
by ruprectjameson October 06, 2006
The hair on a dogs cock after the lipstick has been withdrawn.
Some may say that after Chris Evans has had his fill of he-nut butter he likes to amuse his corgi by plaiting its gauche
Male genitalia. Pronounced "gooch".
Carrie really wants James's gauche.
Oh my God, Becky, look at his gauche.
I like it when guys trim their gauche hair.
by Jackson Montreal September 12, 2008

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