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Embellishment

Ornamentation; adornment with decorative elements.

embellishment

Ornamentation; adornment with decorative elements.
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In his epistolary communication, as in his dialogues and discourses on the great question to which it related, Mr Dorrit surrounded the subject with flourishes, as writing-masters embellish copy-books and ciphering-books: where the titles of the elementary rules of arithmetic diverge into swans, eagles, griffins, and other calligraphic recreations, and where the capital letters go out of their minds and bodies into ecstasies of pen and ink.
Flowers to Knit and Crochet offers knitting and crochet patterns that show how to make and apply nearly sixty flowers of all kinds, from daffodils and poppies to roses and cherry blossoms, and makes for a lovely collection of patterns perfect for needleworkers who want to embellish projects.
uk) EMBELLISH BOOTY Turn every stride into a gold rush with dazzling embellished booties.
Make luggage tags, dolls, journal pages and much more and embellish with 'found' objects from driftwood to feathers in a lovely guide packed with beading, fabric, and recycled materials options along with details on tools and supplies.
This is not to say that Al Gore, for example, is wrong in his global-warming embellishing simply because he has been hired by the British government specifically to embellish global warming.
Paul Howard's delightful and fun drawings embellish a fine story for grades 3-4.
Rather than embellish the new cinema on a small scale, the architects chose to exploit the geometric potential of the massive building envelope.