Definitions for décordeɪˈkɔr, dɪ-, ˈdeɪ kɔr

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

dé•cordeɪˈkɔr, dɪ-, ˈdeɪ kɔr(n.)

or de•cor

  1. style or mode of decoration, as of a room.

  2. decoration in general; ornamentation.

  3. stage scenery.

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Origin of décor:

1650–60; < F, der. of décorer to decorate

Princeton's WordNet

  1. interior decoration, decor(noun)

    decoration consisting of the layout and furnishings of a livable interior

Wiktionary

  1. decor(Noun)

    The style of decoration of a room, building.

    Her living room had a lush Persian-style decor.

  2. Origin: From décor


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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

décor(noun)

the decoration of a room etc and the arrangement of the objects in it

It was a comfortable room but I didn't like the d; écor.

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