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elaborately and heavily ornamented

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elaborately or excessively ornamented

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inclined to a healthy reddish color often associated with outdoor life

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16) Similar to classic LCIS, pleomorphic LCIS fills and distends lobules in a loosely cohesive manner, but it also tends to show a florid growth pattern (described below) and is frequently associated with central, comedo-type necrosis and calcifications (Figure 2, A through C).
No florid soundbites or <Bdisplays of manufactured fury' - Corbyn yesterday
If you can't quite remember the original, it ran from the early 1980s to 2002, and made a star of wine critic Jilly Goolden, who became famous for her florid descriptions of cheeky little vintages.
Crafted with sleek lines and contemporary design, some of the best-selling collections to choose from, in this category, are Cars, Champion, Fun, Happy Daisy, Florid, Orazio and Allora.
The melody mainly rests in the treble instruments and often includes a more florid countermelody.
who chew the plant to death but will become a florid, fluttery mariposa
Ocean Florid, a US-based travel company, has reported an increase in sales for people willing to travel to Orlando in the 2011 winter season.
Priced at Dh32,500, the Florid will be the first passenger vehicle from Great Wall Motors in this country
The novelty, however, wears off soon because of the writing that alternates between florid and gushing.
The writing can sometimes be rather florid so that one has references to the 'magic and the mystery' of the coronalion: the alliteration is pleasant enough but there was no 'magic', only sacramental grace through the Mass and the anointing.
The recent change of power in Kirklees has hardly been an edifying spectacle with florid language being used, black holes allegedly being discovered in council finances and all manner of hints emerging as to how deeply services might be endangered because of the budget situation.
It is fun to be florid, but important to he factual.
I was expecting a beefy, bowler-hatted, florid Ulsterman.
Dysphoria, as in florid, as in a boy, thirteen, sinking into sluggish bloom.
His dialogue is scathing: "You must try to not be so florid about your grief: divorce is completely ordinary," one character scoffs.