Examples of adornment in a Sentence
the adornment of the walls with her paintings
Her room doesn't have any unnecessary adornments.
The entrance to the building has little adornment.
Recent Examples of adornment from the Web
Those personality traits—and wall adornments—may follow him to Carolina.
Wearing a crisp white button-down shirt and a white blazer as a base, Boseman also sported ivory pants and a cape embroidered with gold crosses and other adornments.
Church steward Dimitri De Hert said St. Charles Borromeo’s archives do not have much information about the origins of the high altar’s seasonal adornment or the mechanism used to carry it out.
This Kanye, this grown Kanye, suffers from white-adornment syndrome.
Indeed, long before makeup or millinery or jewelry, our first adornments were plants and flowers, and our love for them was — and is — universal.
The sisters gave the spacious, sunny room the feel of Mexico, with plenty of lush plants and a couple of wooden adornments that suggest pergolas.
Trujillo, who plastered his name on mountains and cities and all manner of self-referential adornments, was not one for subtlety.
The living room had a flat-screen playing Lip Sync Battle, with occasional statues and aging world maps as adornment.
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ADORNMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of adornment for English Language Learners
: the act or process of making someone or something attractive by decorating : the act or process of adorning someone or something
: something added to make a person or thing more attractive
ADORNMENT Defined for Kids
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