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adorned

[ uh-dawrnd ]
/ əˈdɔrnd /
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adjective
decorated or beautified, as by ornaments:On the road to Karachi we saw yellow and white taxis and convoys of garishly adorned trucks.
made more pleasing, impressive, etc.; enhanced:The university is located in Krakow, Poland, one of the most attractive and culturally adorned cities in Eastern Europe.
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OTHER WORDS FROM adorned

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