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adorn
used in Anne Of Green Gables

4 uses
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Definition
to decorate — especially a person
  • In the other corner was the aforesaid three-corner table adorned with a fat, red velvet pin-cushion hard enough to turn the point of the most adventurous pin.
    Chapter 3 — Marilla Cuthbert is Surprised (69% in)
  • In the porch she found a crowd of little girls, all more or less gaily attired in whites and blues and pinks, and all staring with curious eyes at this stranger in their midst, with her extraordinary head adornment.
    Chapter 11 — Anne's Impressions of Sunday-School (46% in)
  • The walls, hung not with gold and silver brocade tapestry, but with a dainty apple-blossom paper, were adorned with a few good pictures given Anne by Mrs. Allan.
    Chapter 33 — The Hotel Concert (7% in)
  • All her pains were bestowed upon Anne, who, she vowed, must, for the credit of Avonlea, be dressed and combed and adorned to the Queen's taste.
    Chapter 33 — The Hotel Concert (22% in)

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