4 Metaphors for « adorn »
- "Had you been merely pretty I don't think I should have attempted" "But isn't the mission of Art to beautifyto adorn?" broke in Hermia, mercilessly bromidic.
- When all the preparations for the sacrifice had been made in accordance with the precepts of the oracle of Dodona, she was brought to the altar, adorned like an animal that is to be sacrificed; Coresus, however, whose duty it was to offer the sacrifice, let love prevail in place of hate, and slew himself instead of Callirrhoe, thus proving by his deed that he had been animated by the purest love.
- Even that was something: how much more, to hear that he had shaved his beardhad laid aside his sad-colored clothes, and was adorned like a bridegroom of ancient days.
- It was a person who was stripped to the waist and painted and adorned like a redskin, his face striped with red and white and yellow, his hair stuck full of feathers, and his body decorated with what seemed to be tattooing.