Festooned sentence example

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  • Much of the river swamp region is covered with cypress trees festooned with Spanish moss.
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  • On this barren summit lay a wide flat depression, surrounded with rugged walls of rock, which were festooned with wild vines.
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  • eating artichokes in black leather gloves festooned with rings isn't my idea of fun.
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  • The interior is dotted with infrequent villages inhabited by Dusuns or by Muruts, a village ordinarily consisting of a single long hut divided up into cubicles, one for the use of each family, opening out on to a common verandah along which the skulls captured by the tribe are festooned.
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  • chrysalis of small caterpillars that festooned one particular tree.
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  • On the other hand, present your Tom-boy with a swimsuit festooned in ribbons, and all you'll see is the back of her head as she flies out of the room in disgust.
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  • Wear a pair of briefs festooned with cartoon characters and cover them up with a plain pair of boxers.
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  • festooned tree, seven Red Admirals were nectaring on the flowers.
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  • festooned the walls and gates to Oxford University Press's large site.
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  • They were always supposed to nest on some pretty fruit tree branch festooned with blossom.
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  • We ended up at the village bar/restaurant, whose flower festooned terrace is a winner in itself.
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  • She greeted us warmly and ushered us into the majlis, a huge, carpeted room festooned with large red pillows.
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  • It's pretty complete apart from exhausts, and is still festooned with cobwebs.
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  • festooned with high altitude moss.
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  • festooned with soft corals.
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  • festooned with prayer flags fluttering in the wind.
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  • festooned with an array of flags and banners, and the mood was light but determined.
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  • festooned with tiny flowers is still very special.
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  • festooned with lights.
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  • Or more characterless rows of unsightly, fast growing shrubs, festooned with litter and punctuated by the odd illegally dumped fridge.
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  • Baghdad is festooned with large posters of the Iraqi leader in various poses handling guns, which anyone over 25 can buy.
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  • The furniture was very ramshackle, and the bed, a large old-fashioned wooden one, with a festooned tent or awning overhanging it.
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  • Birthday girl tees run the gamut from those with text to just pictures, or festooned with ribbons and bling.
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  • Dark jeans with five pockets festooned with rhinestones and pink thread detail.
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  • Beading: Peasant blouses often come festooned with wooden or glass beads, and these can be grouped along the neckline or scattered about the shirt.
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  • Whether a live evergreen or a modern synthetic version, the tree is elaborately festooned with lights, ornaments and garlands.
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  • It's simply cut but festooned with big polka dots.
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  • Surviving Victorian women's satin long robes are festooned with lace and ribbons and are exquisite creations that could work for a modern wedding if they weren't such museum-quality pieces.
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  • It's now festooned with a merry looking garland of traffic lights, with broad three or four lane approaches from all directions.
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  • festooned in purple soft coral.
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  • Obviously, you can't wear panties festooned with beads while you're working or out and about.
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  • There are also a number of accessories - the hat can be decorated with a skull-and-crossbones symbol, or festooned with feathers.
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