Definition: excessively or elaborately decorated
Definition: excessively or elaborately decorated
Sentences Containing 'ornate'
Between 1832 and 1847 the chapel served as an ornate parochial seat, its austere main nave in contrast to a painted lateral chapel, constructed in a revivalist style and embossed with gold.
The trio was responsible for most of the ever-increasing sizes of Ford's late 1950s models, and their ornate chrome adornments.
The van/wagon featured a top-hinged back door, and ornate resin panels were placed above the tail lamps in accordance to the similar design upfront.
The ballet's backdrop (from a design for Castle Falkenstein by Christian Jank), ornate costumes, and acting parody the romantic ballets of which the original "Swan Lake" was an example.
On the very top of the Middle Jurassic layers is the Ornate's clay layer (Dogger zeta), which is only 2 m thick.
Finney's Post is part of an ornate mediaeval oak post, which once stood at the corner of the Market Place and High Street, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England.
The town is known for "Nidden Kurenwimpel" — German for "Curonian pennants" — ornate carved flags peculiar to local families resident on the Curonian Spit.
The sexual form of selection His sexual selection examples include ornate peacock feathers, birds of Paradise, the antlers of stag (male deer), and the manes of lions.
The peacock provides a particularly well known example of intersexual selection, where ornate males compete to be chosen by females.
Biologists have suggested that the layers of the ornate plumage of males provide a means of demonstrating body symmetry, such that peahens are "trying" to discover the health of the male or the quality of his genes.
The ornate flying fox ("Pteropus ornatus") is a species of flying fox in the Pteropodidae family.
The 13th and 14th centuries gave the Church its ornate chancel arch, with four depths of moulded spandrels and foliage capitals set on Purbeck marble piers.
Fittings include Heaton, Butler and Bayne stained glass windows, an "impressively ornate" wrought-iron rood screen and an intricate reredos with marble mosaic work.
Pottery produced in Makuria became less ornate, but better control of firing temperatures allowed different colours of clay.
During her near death from smallpox in the previous episode, Elizabeth is shown wearing the ornate red wig or hairpiece she has become famous for.
During the Antonine and Severan periods, more ornate hair and bearding became prevalent, created with deeper cutting and drilling.
Constructed of red brick with extensive limestone detailing, the depot's size, height, and ornate brick/stone detailing combine to give it an imposing and elegant character.
Hesketh has described "Netsuke" as 'intricate and ornate', a description which could apply to most of his works.
Other fittings include an altar of stone and marble, an ornate chancel screen and an octagonal font.
His signature detailing is evident in the obelisk pylons with sconced light fixtures, ornate railings, and Art Deco piers.
In each series, Chibichibi is the caretaker of a small, ornate censer that releases a scent of osmanthus, which the Sailor Starlights gradually recognize as a symbol of Princess Kakyuu.
The ornate pulpit is from about 1645 and bears Christian IV's emblem.
The building was constructed in a classical colonial style and featured ornate arched windows and doors, eaves decorated with floral patterns, and movable louvred windows.
Other activities on the webcam range from chatting with cam-watchers, playing music, and ornate performance pieces involving household items.
Albion Smith is a California jeweller and silversmith known for ornate functional items, including a piece in the Smithsonian Institution.
In the Hindu temple the mandapa is a porch-like structure through the gopuram (ornate gateway) and leading to the temple.
It is also known as Gray's Monitor Lizard, Butaan, and Ornate Monitor.
The façade of the Palazzo Versace exhibits patterned fenestration, ornate pediment, expanses of glazing and arched windows.
The elaborate main gate, made of ornate ironwork, was earlier reported as a replica of one of the main gates at Buckingham Palace in London, which is false.
It is echoed by a less ornate portico over the rear entrance.
Of these ruins include an ornate basilica, with an entrance topped by a particularly decorated lintel.
After her graduation, Howland received an ornate English Valentine from a business associate of her father when she was 19 years old.
The building exhibits Romanesque Revival styling, featuring granite trim elements and ornate brick detailing.
Young women wear "foustanff" during festivals and dancing to show their ornate braided hairstyles.
In the school chapel the choir is separated from the chancel by an ornate gilded screen topped by candles.
Their plumage varies from mostly patterened grey in the Sooty Melidectes to a brightly contrasting white, black and fawn in the Ornate Melidectes.
One study found that the Belford's Melidectes aggressively defended the flowers of the terrestrial root parasite "Mitrastemmaa" from the Ornate Melidectes.
The most widespread species, the Ornate Melidectes, has actually benefited from human activities.
At the wedding Olaf gave Egil an ornate sword from Ireland.
The most prominent building in this complex, however, is a spinning and carding mill that was built in 1885, and features a five story tower and ornate brick detailing.
In the larger, more ornate, cloister, there are medallions with images such as the coat of arms of the Augustine order, a symbol for death, and a symbol representing the union of two worlds.
In it, Jade is described as "a diminutive woman dressed in an ornate Kabuki kimono", whose weapon is a stiletto hidden in her hair bun.
Known natural predators of this species have included ocelots and ornate hawk-eagles, though chicks and eggs likely have a broader range of predators.
Splitting often leads to "distinctions without difference", ornate and fussy categories, and failure to see underlying similarities.
The Bella Moth, Ornate Moth or Rattlebox Moth is a moth of the Arctiidae family.
Its stations are among the most ornate in the world.
Glass handles are the most common type of handle for growlers, although metal handles (with more ornate designs) can also be found.
Initially the mansion featured an ornate one-story veranda on three sides.
It features ornate plasterwork with an agricultural theme.
He is buried in an ornate sarcophagus in the Belmont family plot (along with other Belmonts, Perrys and Tiffanys) in the Island Cemetery in Newport, Rhode Island.
More Vocab Wordsjargon - language used by special group; technical terminology; gibberish; nonsensical or incoherent talk
dissection - analysis; cutting apart in order to examine
lout - clumsy person; ADJ. loutish; CF. from countrysides ?
diverge - vary; go in different directions from the same point; ADJ. divergent: differing; deviating
girth - distance around something; circumference
revulsion - sudden strong feeling of disgust; sudden violent change of feeling; negative reaction; Ex. revulsion from the scenes of torture
monetary - pertaining to money
aboriginal - being the first of its kind in a region; primitive; native; indigenous; N. aborigine
opprobrium - infamy; disgrace arising from shameful conduct; vilification(slander); scorn; contempt; Ex. opprobrium hurled against him; ADJ. opprobrious: expressing contempt; shameful or infamous
knotty - intricate; difficult; tangled; CF. knot