bedeck[ bih-dek ]SEE DEFINITION OF bedeck
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEDECK
“It is in bad taste, to say the least, to bedeck the bride in such a ceremony,” she said cuttingly.
Advantage was taken of these presents to bedeck the child in every variety of smartness.
So I shall tell her, and she will not fail to bedeck herself with them.
These people are great hands to bedeck themselves with flowers.
We bedeck and bedrape our poetry with trappings without which it is better off.
You seek to advance in the paths of useful knowledge, but neglect not the flowers that bedeck the way.
He is less inclined to bedeck them with frills but he will plan years ahead for their education.
Religion is the brightest ornament with which the young can bedeck themselves.
Sydney and Georgina would not need to scrimp little Queenie's share of finery to bedeck themselves now were she living.
Fight all influences to bedeck it with beds of flowers in forms of stars and moons and other celestial and terrestrial designs.