Thesaurus / embellished
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
It is embellished by Mrs. Underhill with many transparent falsehoods.
THE DEATH-BLOW TO SPIRITUALISMREUBEN BRIGGS DAVENPORT
Frontier men are fond of sport, and the more it is embellished with danger the more captivating it is to them.
WIGWAM AND WAR-PATH; OR THE ROYAL CHIEF IN CHAINSA. B. (ALFRED BENJAMIN) MEACHAM
It is seen through the medium of painting and poetry, and embellished by a certain idealisation.
CHARLES BAUDELAIRE, HIS LIFETHOPHILE GAUTIER
A German translation by Nicolaus von Wyle is embellished with coloured woodcuts of the most naïve and amusing description.
THE ENGLISH NOVEL IN THE TIME OF SHAKESPEAREJ. J. JUSSERAND
These vessels are embellished by painting, incising, or scarifying and by modeling in relief.
ANCIENT ART OF THE PROVINCE OF CHIRIQUI, COLOMBIAWILLIAM HENRY HOLMES
Some new light has been thrown by his predecessors, and he has revised and embellished what was known.
The English translation is embellished with many pictorial illustrations of historic interest and value.
SHAKESPEARE AND THE MODERN STAGESIR SIDNEY LEE
Agetus gained some jewel, or costly garment, or perhaps a gilded and embellished weapon, and lost forever his beautiful wife.
The spirit of the romantic ages is here imaged forth; but the whole is exalted, embellished, ennobled.
THE LIFE OF FRIEDRICH SCHILLERTHOMAS CARLYLE
The book is embellished (or otherwise) with a portrait of the luckless Tannakin.
MYTH-LANDF. EDWARD HULME
WORDS RELATED TO EMBELLISHED
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