On Sunday morning, she carried his vial of blood in an ornate olive-branch style silver reliquary.
Stairways painted blue connect covered walkways stuffed with small stores selling jewelry, scarves, and ornate pottery.
The collection from the Roman house emphasized all things rich and ornate.
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.