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adjective as in adorned

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adjective as in engraved

adjective as in honored

adjective as in illustrated

adjective as in painted

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Also, at 35, she is the world’s oldest gold medalist speedskater, the first Olympic athlete to win an individual gold medal in five Winter Games, and this sixth gold makes her the most decorated Olympic speedskater in history.

Gold medal or not, Chen, at 22, has already proven himself to be one of the most decorated and successful American skaters in the history of the sport.

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In the shootout, the Americans cast aside what plagued them over 120 minutes — attacking lulls and defensive hiccups — and displayed the steely resolve that has helped define the most decorated team in the women’s game.

Might well be the most decorated QB matchup in playoff history.

Its spine, too, “‘hubbed’ as the most prized European classics are,” is decorated with delicate gold squiggles and a star.

“Dearest ladies with families,” he begins, sitting in a suit in a well-decorated room.

VATICAN CITY—In the 500 or so years since the Sistine Chapel was decorated, it has never looked so good.

The calavera, or decorated skull, is an archetype of Mexican popular culture.

I decorated with marigolds, which are considered the flower of the dead.

In the parish churches, many of which are of great interest, the predominant styles are Decorated and Perpendicular.

It is a lofty and richly-decorated pile of the fourteenth century; and tells of the labours and the wealth of a foreign land.

A reproduction of Mrs. Charmington herself decorated the interior of the omnibuses.

Many of the officials had on high-crowned hats decorated with bunches of feathers and crimson tassels.

The Turks (especially those of the lower orders) use a kind of clay pipe made of red earth decorated with gilding.


On this page you'll find 154 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to decorated, such as: embellished, decked, enhanced, and garnished.

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