adornment的的用法,adornment怎么读美 [ə'dɔrnmənt] 英 [ə'dɔː(r)nmənt]
decorations, or a single decoration
the process of decorating something
There was an interesting adornment to the plan called "Operation Greif, " which seems to have been Hitler's brain child.
The paint may have been used for body adornment or for long-gone artwork.
However, no less than is all the product is same, the quality of gesso adornment material also is the good and bad are intermingled.
But the hidden man of the heart in the incorruptible adornment of a meek and quiet spirit, which is very costly in the sight of God.
She wore a red ribbon in her hair, and was the only one of the white company who could boast of such a pronounced adornment.
With such a variety of beautiful patterns, grosgrain ribbon is an ideal adornment for a springtime egg.
The Bible 'should be able to stand on its own' without adornment, said Mr. Frederickson. 'It's a pretty amazing book.
They showed me how the elaborate carving of a gateway was contrasted with a surface without adornment so that the eye was not wearied.
Rocking and provocative , your crystal rings dance with you throughout the night. Chic bags provide a spectacular adornment.
They also add color and adornment to men's clothing, which is often plain and serious.