Synonyms for adornments
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : uh-dawrn-muh nt|
|Phonetic Transcription : əˈdɔrn mənt|
Top 10 synonyms for adornments Other synonyms for the word adornments
Définition of adornmentsOrigin :
- late 14c., "act of adorning;" also "a thing which adorns;" from Old French aornement "ornament, decoration," from aorner (see adorn).
- noun decorating, enhancing
- noun a decoration
- Note the texture and color range of the adornments and artifacts.
- Extract from : « Zero Data » by Charles Saphro
- Twas with no desire to indulge his uncle that he had managed these adornments.
- Extract from : « The Cruise of the Shining Light » by Norman Duncan
- Why the same remark should not apply to their colours and adornments is not obvious.
- Extract from : « Evolution in Modern Thought » by Ernst Haeckel
- What Captain Cook offered the Polynesians: weapons, clothes, adornments.
- Extract from : « The History of London » by Walter Besant
- She marked with envious malignity the luxury and magnificence of its adornments.
- Extract from : « The Golden Dog » by William Kirby
- Nancy would exclaim when all these adornments were complete.
- Extract from : « The Hawthorns » by Amy Walton
- In addition to its dress, they wear the usual Indian adornments.
- Extract from : « The Death Shot » by Mayne Reid
- In the camp of the Seventy-seventh, the adornments were profuse and beautiful.
- Extract from : « Three Years in the Sixth Corps » by George T. Stevens
- He is the type of their excellences, as is Nero the model of their power and their adornments.
- Extract from : « If, Yes and Perhaps » by Edward Everett Hale
- But without the coral set I should not have been able to go; for, as you know, I had no adornments.
- Extract from : « Fifty-Two Stories For Girls » by Various
Antonyms for adornments
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