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adorns

verb as in decorate

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“Good work, Banzi,” Mugianis says, patting the “sometimes” tattoo that adorns her upper back.

His likeness adorns the more expensive posters, calendars and tea towels inside the store.

In Russia, beautiful Dump of Pees adorns each and every mantle.

His family name lives in infamy as it adorns the plaza where Kennedy was shot.

His wire-rimmed glasses rested just below the round birthmark that adorns his forehead.

They would fall off in forsaken fragments from the great bond of union which now adorns and beautifies all society.

Come to our aid then; the morning of our Redemption from degradation, adorns the horizon.

The head of the Virgin is veiled, a necklace of pearls adorns her person, and her hands are extended in prayer.

But she died in giving birth to the Lucy Barton whose name still, unless I am mistaken, adorns our literature.

We believe that one plate had survived; and it now adorns, in the character of a monument, the ladys drawing-room wall!

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On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to adorns, such as: trim, bedeck, dress up, deck, spruce up, and embellish.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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