Definition of Overornamented
1. overornament [v] - See also: overornament
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Literary usage of Overornamented
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Cuba by Willis Fletcher Johnson (1920)
"The most ambitious ecclesiastical edifice in Havana, the church of San Francisco, was architecturally mediocre in style and barbarously overornamented. ..."
2. North Africa and the Desert: Scenes and Moods by George Edward Woodberry (1914)
"... she was simply dressed and not overornamented; she was probably poor in such riches; there was no necklace of golden louis that one sometimes sees; ..."
3. The Cathedrals and Churches of the Rhine by Francis Miltoun (1905)
"... towers which rise high above the surrounding buildings in a fashion which would be truly imposing were the church less overornamented in all its parts. ..."
4. Travels in Spain by Philip Sanford Marden (1910)
"Its broad gate was surmounted by a much overornamented sandstone structure, carved with numerous reliefs, grotesque and otherwise, including the inevitable ..."