Golden feathers made a coat worn over a floor-sweeping tulle skirt with ornate golden embroidery at the hem.
On Sunday morning, she carried his vial of blood in an ornate olive-branch style silver reliquary.
Entering the theater brings visitors to an ornate lobby with vaulted ceilings, golden walls, and an enormous chandelier.
After an ornate arrangement of salmon tartare perched atop a bed of spicy guacamole came the main event.
Venice never quite seems real, but rather an ornate film set suspended on the water.
It was ornate, in the vulgar, gilded public-house way, and not what can properly be styled a den.
During the remaining years of the century the foot was worked into ornate lobes.
Gen. Hazen resents the suggestion that the 5-cent, or foreign, stamp be made the most ornate in the collection.
Yes, it is very handsome, no doubt, but too ornate and pie-crusty for my—taste.
The loaf of white bread was there also, a simple and humble item offering something of contrast to its ornate surroundings.
early 15c., from Latin ornatus "fitted out, furnished, supplied; adorned, decorated, embellished," past participle of ornare "adorn, fit out," from stem of ordo "order" (see order (n.)). Earliest reference is to literary style. Related: Ornately; ornateness.