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acanthus in architecture, a decoration resembling acanthus leaves, esp. at the top of a Corinthian column. [1/2 definitions]
amphora a tall oval ceramic vessel with a narrow neck and two handles, used in ancient Greece and Rome for storage or decoration.
appliqué a cut-out piece of material stitched or otherwise applied to another material as a decoration. [1/4 definitions]
balloon a bag made of rubber or other light, strong material that may be filled with air or helium and used as a decoration or toy. [1/8 definitions]
buckle a decoration that looks like a buckle, as on a shoe. [1/9 definitions]
button any of various small, usually round, fasteners which are attached to a garment and designed to slide through a slit or loop. They may also be used purely for decoration. [1/7 definitions]
camp2 the style of something such as clothing, decoration, art, or the like that is considered amusing because of its consciously pretentious showiness or outlandishness. [1/2 definitions]
centerpiece an ornament or decoration occupying a central location, esp. the center of a dining table.
chinoiserie (sometimes cap.) an intricate, elaborate style of decoration using Chinese motifs, esp. in eighteenth-century Europe. [1/2 definitions]
Chippendale of, pertaining to, or denoting an eighteenth-century English style of furniture marked by graceful lines and, often, rococo decoration.
Croix de Guerre a French military decoration for bravery in wartime action.
curtain a piece of cloth hung in a window, archway, or other opening for decoration, to shut out light or to conceal something. [1/7 definitions]
cushion a soft envelope of fabric that is filled with feathers, air, foam rubber, or the like and used for decoration or to make surfaces more comfortable; pillow. [1/5 definitions]
decorate to serve as a decoration for. [1/5 definitions]
detail precisely crafted, intricate decoration. [1/7 definitions]
elegance the quality of refinement, taste, and grace, esp. when combined with richness of decoration or design. [1/3 definitions]
embellishment a beautifying decoration or addition. [1/3 definitions]
enamel a glossy, usu. opaque coating fused by heat to metal, glass, pottery, or other surfaces for protection or decoration, or objects so coated. [1/5 definitions]
enrich to increase the attractiveness of, as by decoration. [1/4 definitions]
eyelet a small hole or perforation with bound or covered edges, used to pass cord or thread through, fasten hooks into, or serve as decoration. [1/3 definitions]
fix up to improve the appearance or condition of (a house or room) through repairs, cleaning, decoration, and the like. [1/2 definitions]