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ornate

Highly ornamented.
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The initial impression of the Model 78 is of graceful simplicity without ornateness.
With its mullioned windows, ornate gables, central cluster of chimneys and turreted wings, the Grade I listed Westwood House could eclipse even Droitwich's fa-mouChateau Impney in its architectural ornateness.
Alongside such ornateness, The Mission, perhaps To's masterpiece, looks scraped to the bone.
Color, texture, size, complexity, ornateness, simplicity, etc.
There is less fussy decoration -- the ornateness of the Plateresque seems to have been entirely exported to the old world.
Both the Sonoran Jesuit and later Franciscan fathers seemed to feel ornateness would impress their Indian converts.
The facades lack the decorative ornateness of the residences in The Circus but the magnificent sweep of terraced houses and the unrivalled setting offer a convincing case for taking Wood out of relative obscurity and placing him alongside names such as Sir Christopher Wren, Inigo Jones and John Nash regarded as a member of Britain's architectural elite.