embellish definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce gorgeous, as by ornamentation; decorate.
    • to include ornamental or fictitious details to: a fanciful account that embellishes the real tale.
    • To make beautiful or elegant by ornaments; to embellish; to adorn.
    • In order to make beautiful, since by ornamentation; decorate.
    • to include ornamental or fictitious details to: a fanciful account that embellishes the genuine story.
    • In order to make breathtaking or elegant by ornaments; to enhance; to decorate.
    • which will make stunning, since by ornamentation; decorate.
    • to include ornamental or fictitious details to: a fanciful account that embellishes the actual story.
    • To make breathtaking or elegant by ornaments; to decorate; to decorate.
  • verb:
    • To make much more breathtaking and appealing; to embellish.
    • To make one thing sound or look better or higher acceptable than it really is actually, to distort.
    • make more desirable by the addition of decoration, color, etc.
    • add details to
    • make more beautiful
    • be stunning to check out
    • to produce much more stunning and attractive; to embellish.
    • to produce anything sound or look much better or maybe more acceptable than it's actually, to distort.
    • make more desirable by adding decoration, colour, etc.
    • add details to
    • make much more stunning
    • be beautiful to consider
    • To make much more gorgeous and attractive; to embellish.
    • which will make one thing sound or look much better or even more appropriate than it really is in reality, to distort.
    • make more appealing with the addition of ornament, colour, etc.
    • add details to
    • make more breathtaking
    • be stunning to consider
  • others:
    • to create down with ornamentation; make stunning, pleasing, or attractive to the eye or the head; adorn; decorate; deck: since, to embellish the individual with rich apparel; to embellish a yard with shrubs and flowers; a style embellished by metaphors; a book adorned by engravings.
    • Synonyms Ornament, beautify, etc. (see adorn). See number under decorate.
    • to create down with ornamentation; make breathtaking, pleasing, or attractive to the eye or the brain; adorn; decorate; deck: as, to embellish the individual with rich apparel; to embellish a yard with bushes and blossoms; a mode adorned by metaphors; a book embellished by engravings.
    • Synonyms Ornament, Decorate, etc. (see adorn). See number under decorate.
    • To set down with ornamentation; make gorgeous, pleasing, or popular with the attention or the brain; adorn; decorate; deck: since, to embellish the person with rich clothing; to embellish a garden with bushes and plants; a style embellished by metaphors; a book embellished by engravings.
    • Synonyms Ornament, Decorate, etc. (see adorn). See list under decorate.

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