Embellish


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Embellish [em-bel-ish]

  • (verb) make (something) more attractive by the addition of decorative details or features;”weapons were often embellished with precious metal”
  • (verb) make (a statement or story) more interesting by adding extra details that are often untrue;“followers often embellish stories about their heroes”

Embellish (इम्बेलिश / एम्बेलिश) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • संवारना, सजाना, संजोना, सुशोभित करना, अलंकृत करना, सुन्दर बनाना

Embellish Origin

  • late Middle English: from Old French embelliss-, lengthened stem of embellir, based on bel ‘handsome’, from Latin bellus

Embellish in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

  • Girls chased his car as it blew dust behind – some picking up the dust to embellish their maang!
  • They are small metallic beads used to embellish any nail art design.
  • You can embellish the collar, shoulder or even the sleeves. Place each embellishment neatly to create a pattern that you’re happy with.
  • Moreover, he took exceptional care to embellish every posture and movement with his own creative imagination.
  • They were provided with Swarovski’s exquisite collection of jewellery and accessories to embellish their outfits in the most creative way.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of embellish

  • emBELLish – Christmas tree mein “bell” add karoge toh usse embellish kahenge

Embellish Pronunciation

DIY Embellish Tulle Hem Evening Gown


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