embellish[ em-bel-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF embellish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBELLISH
Since it was he, there was nothing to be feared for the window; were he to touch it, he would only embellish it.
"It is you, Prince, who embellish everything," I answered him.
He was about to embellish this when she nodded with satisfaction.
A wife like that and a country-house is all one can wish for to embellish one's life.
Everything must be done to embellish the theme or general idea.
Besides these works to embellish, he formed others to fortify the city.
It serves to embellish the garden of the prince, and to cover the cottage of the peasant.
We do not embellish the general desolation of a desert much.
England was not defective in other arts that embellish and amuse.
To embellish your wives and daughters, he said, the river offers her pure stream.