ornamentally

[ UK /ˌɔːnəmˈɛntə‍li/ ]
[ US /ˌɔɹnəˈmɛntəɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an ornamental, nonfunctional manner
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How To Use ornamentally In A Sentence

  • Was her sole function to lie ornamentally at Jabba's feet or did he ultimately intend her to be his love slave? Mark Edlitz: Fashion by Jabba the Hutt
  • But his successors unfortunately returned to the German; the initial I, having from the xiii century been ornamentally lengthened and bent leftwards, became a consonant. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Known since pre-Columbian times for its yellow latex and laxative properties, P. tomentellus is grown ornamentally and in herbarium collections.
  • You have seeds from a cedar (genus cedrus), which is not native to the United States but has been planted ornamentally.
  • That kale is beautiful both ornamentally and vegetatively! I Kale Your Name* « Fairegarden
  • The patka or sash worn by both sexes was ornamentally woven with borders and buttis at both ends.
  • Egrets in their pearly whites would settle ornamentally on the water or arrange themselves on the trees.
  • In this species the suspension may resolve ornamentally, that is, it may have some note or notes interpolated between the suspension and its resolution. A Treatise on Simple Counterpoint in Forty Lessons
  • On our way back to Karaganda we passed a series of small, ornamentally walled enclosures.
  • His bedroom is extremely magnificent too, the cotton-wadded quilt is the advanced cloth of the scarlet, carve ornamentally with gold on the bedside.
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