- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ornament.
“The volume contains the Four Gospels in Latin, ornamented with extraordinary freedom, elaboration, and beauty.”
“A ponderous cornice richly ornamented, which is now almost gone, runs over this series of sculptures.”
“It was a sword ornamented with diamonds, and he received it from the hand of the King.”
“The churches are grand and highly ornamented, which is, indeed, common to”
“He straightened himself up quickly after the low bow, putting his hand with a graceful ease on the hilt of his heavy short sword ornamented with brilliantly dyed fringes of horsehair.”
“He won at the Duc d'Epernon's sufficient to pay his debts, to dress magnificently, to purchase all sorts of extravagant finery, a sword ornamented with diamonds -- ` and after all these expenses, 'he says, ` I had still five or six thousand crowns (two to three thousand pounds) left, * to kill time with, pour tuer le temps.”
“Then was seen on the altar a miter glittering with precious stones, and a large sword ornamented with fleur-de-lis.”
“When his kingly mansion was ready to be supplied with art treasures, such as ornamented the palaces of Europe, the ex-king sent across the ocean for costly paintings and beautiful sculpture with which to fill his new house; and if any crowned heads had happened to visit him, he would not have been ashamed to welcome them beneath his roof.”
“The wall is "ornamented" with dark blue paper with yellow flowers, the window is "ornamented" with a curtain of red calico in which holes take the place of flowers.”
“This staircase, "ornamented" with brass-knobbed banisters, has fifteen or twenty wooden steps, high, narrow, with sharp angles, which rise perpendicularly to the first floor and turn upon themselves in a spiral of about eighteen inches in diameter.”
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