Adornment (noun)

  1. An item or feature added to something to make it more attractive.
  2. The act or process of decorating or adding adornments to something.
  3. Something added to enhance the appearance or beauty of something.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french, from a(d)- "to" + dornement "decoration", from dorner "to decorate", from latin decorare.

Examples:

  1. The adornments on the dress were made of delicate lace.
  2. The adornment of the room with flowers created a warm and inviting atmosphere.
  3. The adornment was a subtle touch that added elegance to the design.
  4. The adornment of the table with a tablecloth and place settings was a nice touch.
  5. The adornment of the cake with fresh fruit was a beautiful addition.
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