décor

[dey-kawr, di-, dey-kawr]
noun
1.
style or mode of decoration, as of a room, building, or the like: modern office décor; a bedroom having a Spanish décor.
2.
decoration in general; ornamentation: beads, baubles, and other décor.
3.
Theater. scenic decoration; scenery.
Also, decor.


Origin:
1650–60; < French, derivative of décorer to decorate

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décor or decor (ˈdeɪkɔː)
 
n
1.  a style or scheme of interior decoration, furnishings, etc, as in a room or house
2.  stage decoration; scenery
 
[C19: from French, from décorer to decorate]
 
decor or decor
 
n
 
[C19: from French, from décorer to decorate]

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decor
1897, from Fr. décor, from L. decor "beauty, elegance," from decere (see decorate).
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Example sentences
All of the rooms feature modern decor with contemporary furnishings.
The interior decor is full of bright colors and big booths.
Uniforms are out, as is standard decor, shelving and presentation.
Marble columns, gold decor and money are everywhere.
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