Mrs. Wotherspoon was bedizened with jewellery and machinery lace.
A proclamation was read by a great person from a bedizened balcony.
It was bedizened with costly jewels, and was deemed to be of special sanctity.
And the chasseur, look how he is bedizened all over with silver!
At his right hand stood the bride, bedizened with brocade and finery.
A wonderful sight it was to see Aunt Olivia bedizened like that!
Durante was a physician who issued a series of botanical compilations, bedizened with Latin verse.
But if Sir Charles Metcalfe had so bedizened himself, they would have thought that he was out of his wits.
Look at the elaborate lace-ruffles, and the square-skirted coats of gorgeous hues, bedizened with silver and gold!
Bedizened or burdened, she was either an object of degrading admiration or of cold neglect.