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  • adjective covered; encrusted; arrayed
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of bedeck.


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  • [Relocated Footnote (1): I translate _apiffez_, "bedecked," assuming from the context that the author meant to write "_attifez_."

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  • Photos from the days after their return show a generously mustachioed, medal-bedecked Momand standing in the back of a parade car.

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  • The masts of said ship are bedecked in rhythmic gymnastics ribbons, and it is crewed by beach volleyballers and the 1996 French synchronised swimming team, who had planned a routine based on the Final Solution.

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  • On the cover, Charlize sprawls on a white chaise lounge in front of a green screen "pool," bedecked in a black and white dress as she stares down the camera.

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  • It was very Catholic, with a plethora of candles and an impressive altar of Italian marble bedecked by eighteen statues.

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  • Everywhere there were parades and flag-bedecked, horn-honking rickshaw convoys, with young men, many of them unemployed, shouting and setting off masses of firecrackers.

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  • In the evening this jealously-guarded Catalan classic, its walls bedecked with FC Barcelona basketball shirts and photos, is often packed with loud and cheery gangs of friends meeting for a few bites before hitting the town.

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  • It was one of those clear wintry days when the sun bedecked the skies with all of its radiant beauty.

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  • After all, we can easily arrange to sit far from our exes, across the flower-bedecked aisle, so as not to roil the festive day.

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  • It was one of those clear wintry days when the sun bedecked the skies with all of its radiant beauty.

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