beautify[ byoo-tuh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF beautify
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEAUTIFY
To beautify it is to take away its character of complexity—it is to destroy it.
Now he's going to beautify himself—here's a precious locksmith!'
No effort could be too great or painful to beautify oneself for Him.
I want to beautify Wakefield, and as near as I can remember there is room for improvement.
Reflect that you may gladden and beautify your lives, or embitter them, according as you now act.
These islands may be considered as the gardens of the country, which they enrich and beautify.
It will beautify their arts, and erotically confuse their religions.
Truth and peace and faith dwell with them and beautify them.
Their function is to beautify the distant landscape with the flash of wings.
A glimmer of light, quick, so that the lover may beautify himself.