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ornate
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • The drawing room was full of silent people, sitting at a long and ornate table.
  • It was rather frightening, this vast sculpture of a witch and a wizard sitting on ornately carved thrones, looking down at the Ministry workers toppling out of fireplaces below them.
  • An ornate letter S, inlaid with many small green stones, glinted dully in the diffused light shining through the tent’s canvas roof.
  • Slowly the edge of an ornate picture frame came into sight.
  • They both looked at the ornate silver sword, its rubied hilt glinting a little in the light from Hermione’s wand.
  • Two figures rose from chairs in front of an ornate marble fireplace as the prisoners were forced into the room by the Snatchers.
  • As Bathilda fumbled with logs for the fire, he muttered "Tergeo": The dust vanished from the photographs, and he saw at once that half a dozen were missing from the largest and most ornate frames.

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  • The hotel is decorated with ornate furniture, lots of carved designs, and gold leaf gilding.
  • It was the most ornate church I’ve ever seen.

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