[ UK /ɪlˈæbəɹˌeɪtnəs/ ]
- an ornate appearance; being elaborately (even excessively) decorated
- marked by elaborately complex detail
How To Use elaborateness In A Sentence
- So weeding out potential jurors with unchangeable views on guilt or innocence has the elaborateness of celebrity trials like that of O.J. Simpson, who was acquitted at the same courthouse in 1995. Jackson jury Q&A tests media's grip
- But Ms. Economy pointed to the elaborateness of concept and coordination of details — "the flowers are matching," she observed — leading her to suspect they may have had professional help bringing the Halloween spirit alive. Suburban Tricks, Urban Treats
- They come in all flavors, thicknesses and elaborateness. Page 2
- They don't lie about these things - why, the very elaborateness of their outlandish tales is proof that something happened.
- She imparts something of her own elaborateness to them. The Kempton-Wace Letters
- Clothing patterns became very elaborate as did hats and by the Baroque and Rococo eras hats and hairpieces were monumental in stature and elaborateness. When Were Women’s Hats in Fashion? « Colleen Anderson
- The dance form of Kathakali has become very popular over the years, captivating hearts worldwide with its elaborateness.
- The elaborateness of their adornments and the skill of their depiction has scholars intrigued and visitors like us entranced.
- According to my guide, the level of elaborateness is dictated by the donations from villagers now working overseas. Breaking Away
- Different tribes wear differently-shaped ones, and size and elaborateness are usually a function of ceremony rather than an individual's social status. Merkins and Kotekas and Codpieces, Oh My!