[ US /əˈdɔɹnmənt/ ]
[ UK /ɐdˈɔːnmənt/ ]
  1. the action of decorating yourself with something colorful and interesting
  2. a decoration of color or interest that is added to relieve plainness
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How To Use adornment In A Sentence

  • Even I, a tolerant representative of the Middle Way, found myself blinking at this unquestionably Romish style of adornment. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • As I said, I do not intend to defend this view, but will use it simply as an adornment.
  • The completed building is a towering rectangular block with almost no decoration, an austere statement and bold break away from the traditional methods of architectural adornment.
  • Eco-punk fashion takes on a new edge in these clever design combos - so for the eco-fashionista who refuses to settle for trends, look no further than a stylish spin on discards alchemized into treasures for adornment. Abigail Doan | Inhabitat
  • Gold and silver were made into exquisite adornments, and beautiful objects were created from indigenous turquoise, marble, and other stones.
  • Necklaces are worn now for a variety of reasons not the least of which personal adornment.
  • Those women who have to go out to earn for their families cannot afford adornment.
  • Of course, some flowers are used for personal adornment, both the blossoms themselves and their essences in the form of perfumes.
  • _And for the rest, since good wine needs no hush, and an inferior beverage is not likely to be bettered by arboreal adornment, the reteller of these tales prefers to piece out his exordium (however lamely) with_ "THE PRINTER'S PREFACE. Chivalry
  • These are the many jewellery makers who turn gold into beautifully crafted adornments.
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