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Adjective: adorned  u'dornd
  1. Provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
    - decorated
Verb: adorn  u'dorn
  1. Make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.
    "adorn the room for the party";
    - decorate, grace, ornament, embellish, beautify
     
  2. Be beautiful to look at
    "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere";
    - deck, decorate, grace, embellish, beautify
     
  3. Furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
    - invest, clothe

See also: beady, bedaubed, bespectacled, brocaded, buttony, carbuncled, champlevĂ©, clad, clinquant, cloisonnĂ©, clothed, crested, crocketed, embossed, fancy, feathered, feathery, frilled, frilly, fringed, gemmed, gilt-edged, inflamed, inlaid, inwrought, jeweled [US], jewelled [Brit, Cdn], monocled, mounted, paneled, plumed, plumy, raised, ruffled, sequined, spangled, spangly, spectacled, studded, tapestried, tasseled [US], tasselled [Brit, Cdn], tessellated, tinseled [US], tinselled, tinselly, topknotted, tricked-out, tufted, wainscoted, wainscotted

Type of: alter, be, change, equip, fit, fit out, modify, outfit

Antonym: unadorned

Encyclopedia: Adorn