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used in Throne of Glass

4 uses
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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 was clad not in her usual white gown, but rather in a dark tunic and loose trousers, and she clutched an ornately carved wooden staff in one hand.
    p. 130.8
  • On an ornate redwood throne sat a handsome young man.
    p. 5.9
  • She found herself torn between the hunting daggers and a lovely rapier with an ornate bell-guard.
    p. 81.5
  • She peered at the other end of the massive hall; there were a few other grates just below the ceiling, though she could see no other squinting eyes beyond their ornate metalwork.
    p. 177.4

There are no more uses of "ornate" in Throne of Glass.

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