Definition of Embellishing

1. Verb. (present participle of ''embellish'') ¹



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Definition of Embellishing

1. embellish [v] - See also: embellish

Lexicographical Neighbors of Embellishing

embedder
embedders
embedding
embedding agents
embeddings
embedment
embedments
embeds
embelin
embellish
embellishable
embellished
embellisher
embellishers
embellishes
embellishing
embellishment
embellishments
embellisht
ember
ember-goose
emberizid
emberizids
emberizine
emberlike
embers
embetter
embetterment
embezzle
embezzled

Literary usage of Embellishing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Literature of the Kymry: Being a Critical Essay on the History of the by Thomas Stephens, Benjamin Thomas Williams (1876)
"The three embellishing names of reason: candle of the soul, might of wisdom, and transparency of knowledge. 3. The three embellishing names of wisdom ..."

2. Iolo Manuscripts: A Selection of Ancient Welsh Manuscripts, in Prose and by Taliesin Williams, Owen Jones (1848)
"THE three embellishing names of poetic genius ; light of the understanding, amusement of reason, and preceptor of knowledge. 2. The three embellishing names ..."

3. The Life of Thomas Jefferson by Henry Stephens Randall (1871)
"... 17C7 repealed—Tea Tax retained—Virginia Politics from 1770 to 1773—Jefferson's Plans for embellishing his Estate—Extracts from his Early Writings —His ..."

4. Aristocracy and Evolution: A Study of the Rights, the Origin, and the Social by William Hurrell Mallock (1898)
"»t embellishing In other words, the only true equality of educational opportunity is an equal opportunity for each, not of acquiring the same knowledge or ..."

5. The History of the Literature of Wales, from the Year 1300 to the Year 1650 by Charles Wilkins (1884)
"The three embellishing names of the stars; eyes of serenity, candles of heaven (God), and gems of the sky. 11. The three embellishing names of the sea; ..."

6. History of the Second War Between the United States of America and Great by Charles Jared Ingersoll (1852)
"... by successive purchases, to comprise two thousand acres, which it was his great recreation to improve by planting and embellishing with buildings, ..."

7. Women Artists in All Ages and Countries by Elizabeth Fries Ellet (1859)
"Convent Sisters copying and embellishing religious Works.—The Nuns' Printing-press.—The first Sculptress, Sabina von Steinbach.—Her Works in the Cathedral ..."

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