decoration[ dek-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF decoration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECORATION
It fell to young Ried to appoint the committee on decoration.
The fashion of its ornament and decoration was foreign to that adopted by the Moors of Granada.
The bills, as a variety in the funeral procession, almost amounted to a decoration.
The style of the decoration approaches the Early English character.
The voice was Coryston's, directed apparently at the Adam decoration of the ceiling.
At Jocelyn's Rock the stamp of age was upon every decoration, on every ornament.
There is not a vestige nor indication of carving or decoration of any sort or kind.
To the exterior of the walls and the apses some decoration is now applied.
The use of figures in the decoration of the church is remarkable.
Early in the history of art the wild flowers lent their aid to decoration.