decoratively

[ UK /dˈɛkɹətˌɪvli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a decorative manner
    used decoratively at Christmas
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How To Use decoratively In A Sentence

  • Nautilus shells are often used decoratively, and the internal shell of a cuttlefish, or cuttle bone, is sold in the pet trade as a calcium source for birds.
  • Arrange the tomatoes and melon wedges decoratively on the couscous and accompany with a lemon wedge.
  • Decoratively draped over the frame is a swag of gray fabric painted with an orange dot on a light blue square accented with red.
  • We ranged ourselves decoratively across the stairs.
  • This species is extremely attractive but suitable only for large tanks where the leaves coil decoratively under water.
  • The Flemish bond brickwork with decoratively glazed headers recalls colonial architectural details.
  • Tile: Thin, flat slab or Block used structurally or decoratively in Building.
  • used decoratively at Christmas
  • If that was not enough Bruno and Fredi then offered a beef and veal roulade in a red wine sauce, surrounded most decoratively with mashed potatoes in swirls.
  • The general run of London restaurants may be gastronomically indifferent, decoratively indistinguishable, staffed by sneering tyros and apprentice boors but there's no gainsaying the energy and optimistic bounce of the PR trade.
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