decorated

[ dek-uh-rey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF decorated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECORATED

The nave of the church is Decorated, and has beautiful windows of that period.

The dining-hall was decorated for the occasion with appropriate portraits.

There are few breasts in those ranks that are not decorated with medals.

It was a white lamb, decorated from ears to tail with knots of ribbon and with flowers.

It was Christmas-eve, and I had decorated the ambulance with festoons of green leaves.

He is only just thirty, is well known, and has just been decorated.

Thirty years old, and only just decorated; that is slow for an artist.

As soon as this penetrated to the flagship, Grayson was decorated and given a flotilla.

He was decorated again and given the battlewagon of an ailing four-striper.

His emperor had feasted, flattered, and decorated him, and he was loyally grateful.

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