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  • verb Present participle of embellish.

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Examples

  • I call it embellishing to make you look better, or fraud, but the official term is Stolen Valor and by law it is illegal.

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  • Some call it embellishing the truth without limit.

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  • The hacienda has the usual quantum of furniture belonging to these country houses; and it is certainly no longer a matter of surprise to us, that rich proprietors take little interest in embellishing them.

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  • One of the models helping with a video gave her the idea of embellishing bras.

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  • One of the models helping with a video gave her the idea of embellishing bras.

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  • Christ is attracted to the idea of embellishing and manipulating the truth at the same time as realising he is undermining Jesus 'most fundamental beliefs in doing so.

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  • Christ is attracted to the idea of embellishing and manipulating the truth at the same time as realising he is undermining Jesus 'most fundamental beliefs in doing so.

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  • One of the models helping with a video gave her the idea of embellishing bras.

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  • Christ is attracted to the idea of embellishing and manipulating the truth at the same time as realizing he is undermining Jesus 'most fundamental beliefs in doing so.

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  • Christ is attracted to the idea of embellishing and manipulating the truth at the same time as realising he is undermining Jesus 'most fundamental beliefs in doing so.

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