Thesaurus / embellish


To paint how grimy this metropolis is, “Cyberpunk” relies on the suffering of minorities, particularly women, to embellish the seedy underworld of Night City.‘CYBERPUNK 2077’ IS A THRILL RIDE THROUGH AN UGLY, UNEXAMINED WORLDELISE FAVISDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In more tryouts, I gave into chefly urges to embellish the seasonings, adding, then subtracting, onion powder, garlic powder, fresh garlic and Worcestershire sauce.GIVE IN TO PANDEMIC CRAVINGS, STARTING WITH A HOMEMADE CHEESESTEAK SANDWICHDAVID HAGEDORNDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Email security marketing tactics don’t have to be embellished or overly exaggerated to get noticed and be effective.THE EMAIL SECURITY MARKET IS LITTERED WITH FALSE CLAIMS. HOW TO FIX ITJAKEMETHNOVEMBER 27, 2020FORTUNE
Linda Yoshida—arguably Instagram’s most prominent calligrapher, with 19,000 followers—has been sending postcards to representatives since 2017, embellishing them with gorgeous calligraphy and documenting them on her Instagram account.LETTER-WRITING STAVED OFF LOCKDOWN LONELINESS. NOW IT’S GETTING OUT THE VOTE.TANYA BASUSEPTEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Special care was taken to alternate the curves of these shaped tusks in the concurrent rows, while the crown was embellished with a plume or a knob.KNOW YOUR ANCIENT GREEK HELMETS: FROM ATTIC TO PHRYGIANDATTATREYA MANDALMAY 19, 2020REALM OF HISTORY
The first is to combine the higher excellences and embellish them to the greatest advantage.SEVEN DISCOURSES ON ARTJOSHUA REYNOLDS
The artist, not being able to embellish nature, has sought at least to develop its means, to increase its effect and power.THE AESTHETICAL ESSAYSFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
"Nothing can embellish a beautiful face more than a narrow band drawn over the brow," says Richter.RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
Fruits of the loom in rarest silk and linen, embellish the chambers and luxury sits enthroned.HISTORIC PAPERS ON THE CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WARMRS. EUGENIA DUNLAP POTTS
The refined and noble style of the Greeks was neglected, and there was an attempt to embellish the beautiful more and more.THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIA. VOL. 1 PART 2VARIOUS


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