EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECOR
There's not a man in the column you are looking at who is not decor.'
Hugo has much to say of the pulchritudo and the decor of the creature-world.
An architect's skill is most often measured in the poem by his adherence to decor.
She had taken expensive rooms in a good location, and furnished them with the assistance of a decor store.
This was the decor of convention that Madame Sans Gene rendered classic.
Orne looked around at the Bullone guest room: low key furnishings with an old-fashioned selectacol for change of decor.
Clearly Vitruvius's rule of decor had not restrained even the publicists of Palladianism.
1897, from French décor (18c.), back-formation from décorer "to decorate" (14c.), from Latin decorare (see decorate). It thus duplicates Latin decor "beauty, elegance, charm, grace, ornament." Originally a theater term in English; general use is since 1926.