- n. Plural form of embellishment.
“Frey came clean about what he calls his embellishments, each admission more shocking than the last.”
“That service, without the embellishments, is sufficient for a nation to be grateful.”
“Baris of Egypt with subsequent embellishments from the Babylonian deluge-legends: the latter may have been survivals of the days when the waters of the Persian Gulf extended to the mountains of Eastern”
“The embellishments were a likely indication that it opened on a baptismal area—in a church of this vintage, the fountain would be in a separate chapel.”
“And then Jim and his crew, and I give them credit, they did a terrific job spinning the so-called embellishments that the vice president made, without mentioning the incorrect statements that Governor Bush made, and the media brought into it hook, line and sinker.”
“Among the embellishments are the Madonna and Child, from Murillo; half-figure of the Saviour, and St. John, and St. Magdalen, all from”
“Mr. Sikes 'authority for the last story; but his experience and skill in borrowing from other books are so much greater than in oral collection that it is probably from some literary source, though no doubt many of the embellishments are his own.”
“From a designer that "all the ladies love", this necklace features a silk toile bow wrapped around beaded "brass embellishments", not to be confused with brash embellishments, which is probably the only way you managed to land a girlfriend in the first place.”
“You may want to make headlines and single-word embellishments artsier than long blocks of text, which you need to make sure your viewers can read easily.”
“You can also include other small items (called embellishments) such as ticket stubs, sea shells, buttons, and brads that add to the lifelike quality of your pages.”
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