garniture


gar·ni·ture

noun \ˈgär-ni-chər, -nə-ˌchr\

Definition of GARNITURE

2
:  a set of decorative objects (as vases, urns, or clocks)

Examples of GARNITURE

  1. <she prefers a spare style of interior decoration and doesn't go in for a lot of garnitures>

Origin of GARNITURE

Middle French, equipment, alteration of Old French garnesture, from garnir
First Known Use: 1558

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