Bedecked sentence example

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  • It would be bedecked with flowers or other pretty decorations for Easter.

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  • Fitzgerald's entry was a flat trailer, pulled by a Jeep, bedecked with appropriate flags and bunting while a tiny speaker blared America the Beautiful.

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  • All roads lead to the large quayside which is backed by flower bedecked tavernas.

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  • The villages through which you pass are quiet and very pretty with their timber framed houses bedecked with flowers.

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  • Streets and shops are now bedecked with Christmas bunting and full of goods being offered as suitable presents.

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  • The 24 infants from the Victoria Street School received an ovation for their musical drill, which was accompanied by gaily bedecked tambourines.

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  • The others acting as Mayers dressed eccentrically but also bedecked in greenery, flowers and ribbons.

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  • At its top it sports a golden cockerel, speared to act as a weather-vane, and also bedecked with ribbons.

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  • On the nearest island stood a once beautiful Greek temple, now pierced with trees and bedecked with willow herb.

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  • Across the nation, shop windows are bedecked in seasonal finery, from a few subtle snowflakes to lavish animatronic displays.

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  • At many "black-tie" weddings women are especially bedecked and bedazzled in black sequins and jewels.

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  • Add into the mix that pre-teen girls are highly attracted to jewelry with the Playboy logo, jewelry which is, after all, ensconced with glittery charms and bedecked with rhinestones, and the pairing starts sounding off alarm bells.

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  • Glitzy backpack purses can be found in a wide range of styles; some are trimmed with animal-print fur, others are bedecked with rhinestones and sequins.

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  • Whether you're stocking up on some candy-cane cotton briefs or a pair of Brazilian bikinis bedecked with holly berries, Christmas panties are a holiday essential.

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  • Gladys, bedecked in an orange caftan and a fox fur jacket, smiled a knowing smile to Cynthia and was gone.

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  • Peering through those windows, families can be seen gathering round the log fire, with the room bedecked with evergreens and red ribbon.

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  • No great silken banners or horses bedecked in armor and gorgeous cloths greeted the English when they finally came upon their foe.

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  • Ordinary folk from western parts used to dance about the streets, wearing silly hats bedecked with flowers and beat each other with sticks.

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  • Claire, stunning in maroon and bedecked with diamonds and rubies, looked her over dismissively before returning her gaze to the men.

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  • The columns of Trajan and Antoninus were restored and bedecked with gilded statues of the Apostles; nor was this the only case in which the high-minded pope made the monuments of antiquity subservient to Christian ideas.

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