Definitions for adorned
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provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I would rather be adorned by beauty of character than jewels. Jewels are the gift of fortune, while character comes from within.
A husband is the chief ornament of a wife, though she have no other ornament; but, though adorned, without a husband she has no ornaments.
The goldsmiths who wrought the gold, those were Mede and Egyptians. The men who wrought the wood, those were Sardians and Egyptians the men who adorned the wall, those were Medes and Egyptians.
We shouldn't be concerned because we have a sport that is adorned by some of the most outrageously superhuman, talented individuals in any sport, our challenge is to make sure the public know that there are other athletes in our sport.
Equality of Men "Men are born equal, naked and without chains. They were not created by God to be enslaved, neither were they endowed with intelligence in order to be misled, nor adorned with reason to be fooled by others. It is not pride to refuse to worship a fellow man, to enlighten the mind, and to reason everything. The arrogant one is he who wants to be worshipped, who misleads others, and who wants his will to prevail over reason and lustice."( Jose Rizal Message to the women of Malolos, Europe, Feb. 1889)
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