un bedecked


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

1560–70; be- + deck

unbedecked, adjective

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

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Word Origin & History

1560s, from be- + deck (v.).
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