ornamentation

[ awr-nuh-men-tey-shuh n, ‐muh n‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF ornamentation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ORNAMENTATION

The ornamentation on this cross is very perfect and beautifully executed.

The ornamentation usually denotes the period when they were constructed.

The mermaids are the only portion of the ornamentation that was cast.

His boots were small and fairly new, and not over adorned with ornamentation.

The pipe was not over large, for all its wealth of ornamentation.

Limpid: clear and transparent: applied to wings and ornamentation.

Modern ornamentation is confined to tooling, blind and gilt, and inlaying.

The ornamentation is in the style of the fourteenth century.

Ruskin has given to ornamentation the sanction and authority of his name.

Shields appear in the ornamentation, one of them bearing the Tudor rose.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ORNAMENTATION

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noundecoration
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