verb (used with object)
to provide or supply with something ornamental; adorn; decorate.
to provide (a food) with something that adds flavor, decorative color, etc.:
to garnish boiled potatoes with chopped parsley.
to attach (as money due or property belonging to a debtor) by garnishment; garnishee:
The court garnished his wages when he refused to pay child support.
to summon in, so as to take part in litigation already pending between others.
something placed around or on a food or in a beverage to add flavor, decorative color, etc.
adornment or decoration.
Chiefly British. a fee formerly demanded of a new convict or worker by the warden, boss, or fellow prisoners or workers.
to decorate; trim
to add something to (food) in order to improve its appearance or flavour
to serve with notice of proceedings; warn
(obsolete) to summon to proceedings already in progress
to attach (a debt)
(slang) to extort money from
a decoration; trimming
something, such as parsley, added to a dish for its flavour or decorative effect
(obsolete, slang) a payment illegally extorted, as from a prisoner by his jailer
overlay with stones (2 Chr. 3:6), adorn (Rev. 21:19), deck with garlands (Matt. 23:29), furnish (12:44). In Job 26:13 (Heb. shiphrah, meaning “brightness”), “By his spirit the heavens are brightness” i.e., are bright, splendid, beautiful.
adjective 1. of or relating to all persons or things belonging to a group or category: a general meeting of the employees. 2. of, relating to, or true of such persons or things in the main, with possible exceptions; common to most; prevalent; usual: the general mood of the people. 3. not limited to one […]
noun, plural gentlemen. 1. a man of good family, breeding, or social position. 2. (used as a polite term) a man: Do you know that gentleman over there? 3. gentlemen, (used as a form of address): Gentlemen, please come this way. 4. a civilized, educated, sensitive, or well-mannered man: He behaved like a true gentleman. […]
verb (used with object), undergirded or undergirt, undergirding. 1. to strengthen; secure, as by passing a rope or chain under and around: to undergird a top-heavy load. 2. to give fundamental support; provide with a sound or secure basis: ethics undergirded by faith. verb -girds, -girding, -girded, -girt 1. (transitive) to strengthen or reinforce by […]
noun 1. the measure around anything; circumference. 2. a band that passes underneath a horse or other animal to hold a saddle in place, especially one having a buckle at each end for fastening to straps running from under the flaps of the saddle. 3. something that encircles; a band or girdle. verb (used with […]