Japanese knotweed, for all its invasive attributes, was an ornamental plant for the Victorians.
Football is a world where the basic role of the female is ornamental, at best.
There was a governor there, my guide informed me—an ornamental personage, much respected.
When the window was new it must have been surmounted in the middle of the arch by an ornamental design.
Papers for the walls and other ornamental things had been left to the choice of herself and her daughters.
To count by miles is a useless and ornamental elegance of civilization.
I intend to set up a shop for ornamental carving, and I want some one to draw patterns.
An ornamental tree with dense foliage; often cultivated from Europe.
He is not well up in ornamental studies or in Latin, in which he is only in the fourth class.
He may be an ornamental, but he is certainly not ipso facto a useful, member of society.