(often initial capital letter) of pertaining to, or characteristic of the English gothic architecture of the late 13th through the late 14th centuries, characterized by curvilinear tracery, elaborate ornamental sculpture and vaulting, and refinement of stonecutting techniques.
verb (used with object), decorated, decorating.
to furnish or adorn with something ornamental or becoming; embellish:
to decorate walls with murals.
to plan and execute the design, furnishings, and ornamentation of the interior of (a house, office, apartment, etc.), especially by selecting colors, fabrics, and style of furniture, by making minor structural changes, etc.:
Their house is decorated in French Provincial style.
to confer distinction upon by a badge, a medal of honor, etc.:
to decorate a soldier for valor.
(transitive) to make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc
to paint or wallpaper (a room, house, etc)
(transitive) to confer a mark of distinction, esp a military medal, upon
(transitive) to evaporate a metal film onto (a crystal) in order to display dislocations in structure
adjective 1. serving or tending to decorate. 2. Fine Arts. serving only to decorate, in contrast to providing a meaningful experience. adjective 1. serving to decorate or adorn; ornamental
adjective 1. characterized by dignified propriety in conduct, manners, appearance, character, etc. adjective 1. characterized by propriety in manners, conduct, etc
verb (used with object), decorticated, decorticating. 1. to remove the bark, husk, or outer covering from. 2. Surgery. to remove the cortex from (an organ or structure). verb 1. (transitive) to remove the bark or some other outer layer from 2. (surgery) to remove the cortex of (an organ or part)
verb (used without object), decreased, decreasing. 1. to diminish or lessen in extent, quantity, strength, power, etc.: During the ten-day march across the desert their supply of water decreased rapidly. verb (used with object), decreased, decreasing. 2. to make less; cause to diminish: to decrease one’s work load. noun 3. the act or process of […]