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Synonyms for adorn

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Synonyms for adorn

to furnish with decorations

to endow with beauty and elegance by way of a notable addition

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Synonyms for adorn

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Dudley Digges, in 1604, defends poetry because he honors "the noble adorner of that practise Sir Philip Sidney," and in 1614, Richard Carey exclaimed "will you have all in all for Prose and verse?
The tails were then used for apron adorners, neck ornaments and with pins for headdresses (Sillitoe 1988:336, 386,454).
Here is a sample of the opening story: TRANSLATION OF THE FIRST BOOK OF ANWARI SOHEILY The Jewellers of the Row of the market of significations; and the money changers of the Assay house of eloquence, and the face unveilers of the wonders of stories, and the form adorners of the marvels of tales, have in this wise given ornament to the introduction to the volumes of chronicles, and in this way have exhibited the flourished lines * and adornments of the illuminated headings of the pages of fictions.