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used in The 100

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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)
  • She ran her finger carefully over the carving in the back, knowing without having to look that it was an ornate cursive G. "Are you sure you don't mind spending your birthday on Walden?"
    p. 122.3

There are no more uses of "ornate" in The 100.

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