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bald having no supplementary details or ornamentation; plain; bare. [1/4 definitions]
baroque (often cap.) of or pertaining to the style or period in art, music, and architecture prevailing in Europe following the Renaissance, from about 1550 to about 1750, characterized by bold expression of emotion and elaborate forms of ornamentation. [1/5 definitions]
chain a series of connected links, usu. made of metal, used for attaching, pulling, binding, or ornamentation. [1/9 definitions]
diamanté a bright and glittering ornamentation, or fabric covered with such ornamentation. [1/2 definitions]
doodad a trinket, bauble, or bit of ornamentation. [1/2 definitions]
drawn work ornamentation of fabric produced by drawing out threads and creating a lacy effect.
foliation ornamentation with foliage or foils. [1/6 definitions]
gable any similar feature used as ornamentation, as above a window or door. [1/2 definitions]
garnishment a garnish; ornamentation; decoration. [1/2 definitions]
grace note a note in music that is essential neither to the harmony nor the melody but rather is added for ornamentation.
hat a covering for the head, usu. worn for warmth, protection, or ornamentation. [1/2 definitions]
Norman of or pertaining to the Romanesque architectural style of the Normans who conquered England, which featured round arches, recessed doors and windows, and carved ornamentation. [1/5 definitions]
rococo a style of architecture and decoration originating in France in the eighteenth century and marked by the use of elaborate ornamentation and curved or asymmetric forms. [2/4 definitions]
roulade an ornamentation of solo vocal music comprising a rapid run of notes sung to one syllable. [1/2 definitions]
stucco a fine plaster used as a finish for interior walls or for interior wall moldings and ornamentation. [1/3 definitions]
trefoil any design, ornamentation, or structure in the shape of a three-part clover leaf. [1/3 definitions]