- v. present participle of festoon.
“In this operation -- a kind of festooning -- the girl's petticoat, a piece of common washed-out blue flannel, as pale as her eyes, but of the commonest material, became visible, but without fear or reproach to either.”
“Bud Light made fun of product placements in a Super Bowl commercial this year with moviemakers festooning a swashbuckling scene with beer logos so they could "get tons of free stuff.”
“Meanwhile, there is some concern evinced by La Gunn about the black and green cubes festooning Becky's frock.”
“In October, the family celebrated Latisha's birthday, putting pictures of her up around a relative's home and festooning a cake with candles.”
“The Obamas have also started their own holiday traditions in their new home, adding a Christmas wishing tree to the decorations festooning the White House.”
“His bust has become a locus of the protest, with demonstrators draping flowers around its neck and festooning its pedestal with signs saying "Long Live La Follette" and "What Would Bob Do?”
“Abdul goes by one name, the kitchen in-charge was crying out the orders that came in, festooning the frame at the head of the table with order sheets.”
“He turned to look at the jars on the shelves, the stockings festooning the windowsill.”
“A few inches of snow fell, and nearly half a million local customers were without electricity, again, because of our quaint custom of distributing electricity by festooning wires between wooden poles.”
“While Kimberly and her team fling grapevines, magnolia wreaths and lotus pods hither and thither, I set about the task of festooning the massive, ceiling-scraping Blue Room Tree.”
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