Beautify



to make or become beautiful.
Historical Examples

Cardinal after cardinal, pope after pope, employed his marvelous genius to beautify the capital of the world.
Historic Boyhoods Rupert Sargent Holland

Now he’s going to beautify himself—here’s a precious locksmith!’
Barnaby Rudge Charles Dickens

Every gesture is a stroke of color which may beautify or mar the picture.
A Thorny Path [Per Aspera], Complete Georg Ebers

I want to beautify Wakefield, and as near as I can remember there is room for improvement.
In a Little Town Rupert Hughes

These grand resorts were furnished with everything the heart could wish, to beautify and make them pleasant.
A Prince of Anahuac James A. Porter

Reflect that you may gladden and beautify your lives, or embitter them, according as you now act.
The Home Fredrika Bremer

The place of his sanctuary, which we greatly desire to beautify, is a site of surpassing natural beauty.
Spencer’s Letters Orson Spencer

These islands may be considered as the gardens of the country, which they enrich and beautify.
First History of New Brunswick Peter Fisher

Flowers and vines are planted here to beautify this shrine, and every pole has a bear-skull on it.
Flash-lights from the Seven Seas William L. Stidger

It will beautify their arts, and erotically confuse their religions.
This Simian World Clarence Day

verb -fies, -fying, -fied
to make or become beautiful
v.

mid-15c., “to make beautiful,” from beauty + -fy. Intransitive sense, “to become beautiful,” is recorded from 1590s. Related: Beautified; beautifying.

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