Reading Stirring the Pot is like having a Day-Glo, dumb-feminism-for-dummies megaphone blasted into your ears.
A girl with Day-Glo red hair embraced a born-again Christian.
A Day-Glo orange jump suit—such as the ones worn by the Guantanamo inmates—across the shoulders of mine.
He has been the most exuberant champion of bold colors, the likes of which have not been seen since the Day-Glo days of raves.
1951, proprietary name (Dane & Co. of London) for a brand of fluorescent paint.
Blatantly gaudy; cheaply flashy: smoldering pageant turns totally day-glo/ plenty of sequins and day-glo fur/ day-glo glamor
[1950s+; fr the trademark of a brand of paint that makes things glow under a black light and produces lurid, psychedelic color effects]