bedeck

[bih-dek]
verb (used with object)
to deck out; adorn, especially in a showy or gaudy manner.

Origin:
1560–70; be- + deck

unbedecked, adjective


array, decorate, ornament; beautify, enhance.
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bedeck (bɪˈdɛk)
 
vb
(tr) to cover with decorations; adorn

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bedeck
1560s, from be- + deck (v.).
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Example sentences
His camper is bedecked with stadium lights that are always on, and hung with
  mysterious bundles of herbs.
Even the goats, ubiquitous on the streets, are bedecked in party colours.
Instead, the data pointing to the new idea are typically equivocal, open to
  reinterpretation and bedecked with large error bars.
Many are bedecked in badges, festooned in ribbons of momentary authority.
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