The sandwich is made with thick tiles of quality bread and adorned with lettuce and tomato.
The First Coming, the U.S.-led invasion in 1994 adorned with 20,000 American troops, did not turn out so well.
Inside, the rustic dinner tables were adorned with colorful tulips.
You know, just sort of classic, really good filmmaking stuff, adorned with this wonderful style.
The soldiers had also adorned the bomb with a message: “Dear Taliban, enjoy this!”
Some banners that adorned it remained in the cathedral till 1586.
The city had been beflagged and adorned with banners and with garlands.
There is a beautiful reja here (lattice or grating) by Bartolom, and the altar is adorned with statues of Ferdinand and Isabella.
What have they, our judges, accomplished; how have they adorned life?
Every day he led the geese to the sea, and every day Bianchinetta came forth and adorned them with tassels of various colors.
late 14c., "to decorate, embellish," also "be an ornament to," from Old French aorner "to order, arrange, dispose, equip; adorn," from Latin adornare "equip, provide, embellish," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + ornare "prepare, furnish, adorn, fit out," from stem of ordo "order" (see order (n.)). The -d- was reinserted by French scribes 14c., in English from late 15c. Related: Adorned; adorning.