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Synonyms for festoon

Synonyms for festoon

a curtain of fabric draped and bound at intervals to form graceful curves

an embellishment consisting of a decorative representation of a string of flowers suspended between two points

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flower chains suspended in curves between points as a decoration

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decorate with strings of flowers

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SIDON: A cleaning campaign was launched on Sunday on the southern coast in Sidon, as students and teachers from the American Community School (ACS) picked up the abundance of garbage on the beach festooned with plastic bottles.
Like the Americans, the British prefer bushy trees which can be festooned with decorations.
The streets of Wellington were festooned with posters -one of them eight storeys tall -of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
This 500-kilo wall of rippling muscle, snorting snot and curved horns plows toward the diminutive man dressed in a bright white traje de luces, a skin-tight costume festooned with silk and sequins and virtually unchanged since the 17th century.
The more elaborately festooned a business plan, the weaker its overall contents.
Involved in an extramarital affair with the divorced Munoz, Harrison was a $135,000 a year executive whose office wall "was festooned with photographs and plaques from earlier careers in law enforcement, first as a Philadelphia police officer then the FBI.
Angie's winning can design featured shadowed images of former employees in the back-ground, and a foreground festooned with various Iron City logos from past decades.
Melbourne artist Danius Kesminas later bought the compacted car, festooned it with Hughes' work, titled it "Hughbris," and put it in a Perth show--Elvis Has Left the Building -- about modern myths.
At Christmas homes are festooned with highly flammable decorations just waiting for a lick of flame to turn them into a deadly inferno.
The house itself, refurbished last year to appear as it did when Shakespeare was a boy, will be festooned with holly, ivy and mistletoe.
Bystanders passed out gladiolas, which were soon festooned in soldiers' rucksacks, belts and battle dress uniforms.
Nearby is the famous Yovogi Park, where competing zoku (tribes) from spikily festooned punks to brilliantined Elvis impersonators preen and pose to the bemusement of passers by.
Speaking as the father of a 16-year-old girl whose bedroom is festooned with Philadelphia Flyers memorabilia, a girl who will move heaven and earth to see Eric Lindros and the Broad Street Bullies at Madison Square Garden, the Nassau Coliseum, and the First Union Center in Philadelphia, I realized that this Boy's World/Girl's World bifurcation was a tricky proposition and that toy makers and retail outlets alike had to be very careful not to alienate sensitive parents.
One version was gray and festooned with deep pink flowers (some sort of daisy, I think), as were the keyboard, speakers, and compact-disc case.
The school would have been housed in buildings at the church, a facility festooned with signs reading "Jesus Saves" and "Sinners Welcome Here.