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ornate
used in The Lords of Discipline

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Definition
of a thing:  having lots of decorative detail

of speech:  more complicated than necessary because of unusual words and phrases (fans might call it flowery or finely finished, but most would call it too complicated or showy)
  • There was no urgency in the effortless, classical preference for the simple over the ornate and showy.
    Chapter 3.25 (34% in)

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