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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadornmenta‧dorn‧ment /əˈdɔːnmənt $ -ɔːr-/ noun formal  1 [countable]DECORATE something that you use to decorate something2 [uncountable]DECORATE the act of decorating something
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adornmentAs I said, I do not intend to defend this view, but will use it simply as an adornment.In the womenswear industry, designers can offer panache without absurdity through color, varying hemlines, adornment and more.I was looking at the house yesterday, and it needs something, some kind of adornment.The women sometimes seem dedicated to beauty and art, both for personal adornment and spiritual symbolism.By association, then, sculptural adornment so popular under art nouveau was rendered obsolete.
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