Examples of bedeck in a Sentence
bedecked the house with hundreds of miniature lights for the party
the ladies arrived bedecked in furs
Recent Examples of bedeck from the Web
A dapper-looking Leslie Edward Sutter, bedecked in a red pinstriped zoot suit with a sombrero festooned with plastic ponies, wasn’t seeking glory.
Bedecked in top hats and tail coats, the gentlemen cut a dapper figure while the ladies opted for garden party dresses (and, of course, the de rigueur hats).
Hope Birdwell’s costumes bedeck the lords and ladies with period finery.
Stephanie Brzozwski's hat was a foot tall and bedecked in brightly colored feathers with a matching clutch.
The students—bedecked with hoop earrings, high-gelled bangs, tight jeans, and tattoos—laugh and smoke.
The ladies wore big floppy hats bedecked with red roses and other florals.
In his later years, portly and white bearded, bedecked in his overflowing red shirt and bolo tie, Harrison had the reputation of being the Santa Claus of new music.
The surface is bedecked with gold nanoparticles that move in response to the impinging forces, scattering some of the light in the adjacent nanofiber.
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First Known Use of bedeck
BEDECK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bedeck for English Language Learners
: to decorate (someone or something) with things : to add decorative things to (something or someone)
BEDECK Defined for Kids
Definition of bedeck for Students
: to dress up or decorate with showy things bedecked with ribbon
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