Synonyms for adornments
Antonyms for adornments
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADORNMENTS
Note the texture and color range of the adornments and artifacts.
Twas with no desire to indulge his uncle that he had managed these adornments.
Why the same remark should not apply to their colours and adornments is not obvious.
What Captain Cook offered the Polynesians: weapons, clothes, adornments.
She marked with envious malignity the luxury and magnificence of its adornments.
Nancy would exclaim when all these adornments were complete.
In addition to its dress, they wear the usual Indian adornments.
In the camp of the Seventy-seventh, the adornments were profuse and beautiful.
He is the type of their excellences, as is Nero the model of their power and their adornments.
But without the coral set I should not have been able to go; for, as you know, I had no adornments.
late 14c., "act of adorning;" also "a thing which adorns;" from Old French aornement "ornament, decoration," from aorner (see adorn).