Examples of embellishment in a Sentence
a colorful mobile is just the embellishment that the soon-to-be nursery needs
the actor's penchant for embellishment suggests that his memoirs would be more appropriately shelved in the fiction section
Recent Examples of embellishment from the Web
This translates to edgy frayed denim, t-shirts peppered with holes and embellishments, and cool leather jackets.
And in July, at a private Eiffel Tower dinner with President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte, in Paris, Pierre designed a red, white and blue dress with embellishments on the bodice meant to represent wheat.
Woodshock’ reflects the Mulleavys’ romantic flair for texture and embellishment.
From floral to folk, free-spirited designs make a statement with print, color and embellishment.
His look was conservative and decorative — the latter, perhaps, the only link to its contemporary incarnation helmed by Olivier Rousteing, whose trademark is his love of elaborate embellishment.
Sorkin, meanwhile, says the film is Bloom's real-life story without much embellishment.
Andreas Athanasiou was called for embellishment at the 17:54 mark, offsetting the elbowing call on Flyers forward Jakub Voracek.
From bold hues to festive embellishments, these are a few snapshots of our favorite designs.
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