EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FESTOONED
High up in one corner, festooned with cobwebs, are a couple of shelves.
Tranter inquired, gazing with amazement round the festooned room.
The trees were festooned with grape-vines, which were laden with the richest clusters of the delicious fruit.
All were festooned with Rebel flags, and brilliantly lighted.
The chancel was wreathed and festooned with masses of evergreen.
The gentleman's face was festooned with a long, blond mustache.
The dice that had been returned were festooned with misfortune.
Afterward it was festooned on the wall with the flag of the Guerriere.
Many of the latter were festooned with wild vines and other climbing plants.
We have festooned it full oft with a big hook and hempen line.
1620s, from French feston (16c.), from Italian festone, literally "a festive ornament," apparently from festa "celebration, feast," from Vulgar Latin *festa (see feast (n.)). The verb is attested from 1789. Related: Festooned.