[ UK /ɐdˈɔːnd/ ]
[ US /əˈdɔɹnd/ ]
[ US /əˈdɔɹnd/ ]
- provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
How To Use adorned In A Sentence
- The fact that your name adorned a jet over the skies over Afghanistan solidifies the bond all of us in the military share with the American people. CNN Transcript Mar 17, 2002
- First, his performances of musical masterpieces are spare and unadorned. Times, Sunday Times
- This wall was originally incrusted with rich marbles, and the great dome, adorned with deep coffering in rectangular panels, was decorated with rosettes and mouldings in gilt stucco. A Text-Book of the History of Architecture Seventh Edition, revised
- The typical two-slice serving of plain, unadorned cheese pizza packs about a half a day's worth of saturated fat.
- Let these wives first step into the pyre, tearless without any affliction and well adorned.
- From the tastefully appointed mosaic inlays and concaved walls adorned with statues and his paintings, the mosaic swimming pool and Japanese garden with plenty of creature comforts, make for unforgettable ambiance. San Antonio
- It ended with bodies of soldiers littered in front of us, adorned with vivid flowers. Times, Sunday Times
- The station house was one of those fortresslike concrete structures, painted green on the outside, with heavy green entrance doors, and adorned with old-fashioned gas lamps near the entrance. Dancing with the Devil
- The mikko descended wooden stairs from his steep-roofed palace, its ridgepole adorned with sculptures of ivory-billed woodpeckers. Fire The Sky
- There are parties with spiked eggnog and trees adorned with colors and stars and angels.