Roget's Thesaurus: Entry 847 (Ornament)

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#847. Ornament. -- N. ornament, ornamentation, ornamental art; ornature[obs], ornateness; adornment, decoration, embellishment; architecture; jewelry &c. 847a.

[surface coatings for wood: list] garnish, polish, varnish, French polish, veneer, japanning, lacquer.

[surface coatings for metal] gilding, plating, ormolu, enamel, cloisonn.

[surface coatings for human skin] cosmetics[in general], makeup; eye shadow[list], rouge, face powder, lipstick, blush.

[ornamental surface pattern: list] pattern, diaper, powdering, paneling, graining, pargeting[obs]; detail; repousse (convexity) 250; texture &c. 329; richness; tracery, molding, fillet, listel[obs], strapwork[obs], coquillage[Fr], flourish, fleur-de-lis[Fr], arabesque, fret, anthemion[obs]; egg and tongue, egg and dart; astragal[obs], zigzag, acanthus, cartouche; pilaster &c. (projection) 250; bead, beading; champleve ware[Fr], cloisonne ware; frost work, Moresque[Lat], Morisco, tooling.

[ornamental cloth] embroidery; brocade, brocatelle[obs], galloon, lace, fringe, trapping, border, edging, trimming; hanging, tapestry, arras; millinery, ermine; drap d'or[Fr].

wreath, festoon, garland, chaplet, flower, nosegay, bouquet, posy, "daisies pied and violets blue"

tassel[L.L.L.], knot; shoulder knot, apaulette[obs], epaulet, aigulet[obs], frog; star, rosette, bow; feather, plume, pompom[obs], panache, aigrette.

finery, frippery, gewgaw, gimcrack, tinsel, spangle, clinquant[obs], pinchbeck, paste; excess of ornament &c. (vulgarity) 851; gaud, pride.

[ornamentation of text] illustration, illumination, vignette.

fleuron[obs]; head piece[Fr], tail piece[Fr]; cul-de-lampe[Fr]; flowers of rhetoric &c. 577; work of art.

V. ornament, embellish, enrich, decorate, adorn, bead, beautify, adonize[obs].

smarten, furbish, polish, gild, varnish, whitewash, enamel, japan, lacquer, paint, grain.

garnish, trim, dizen[obs], bedizen, prink[obs], prank; trick out, fig out; deck, bedeck, dight[obs], bedight[obs], array; begawd[obs], titivate[obs]; dress, dress up; spangle, bespangle, powder; embroider, work; chase, emboss, fret, emblazon; illuminate; illustrate.

become &c. (accord with) 23.

Adj. ornamented, beautified &c. v.; ornate, rich, gilt, begilt[obs], tesselated, festooned; champleve[Fr], cloisonne, topiary.

smart, gay, trickly[obs], flowery, glittering; new gilt, new spangled; fine as a Mayday queen, fine as a fivepence[obs], fine as a carrot fresh scraped; pranked out, bedight[obs], well-groomed.

in full dress &c. (fashion) 852; dressed to kill, dressed to the nines, dressed to advantage; in Sunday best, en grand tenue[Fr], en grande toilette[Fr]; in best bib and tucker, endimanche[Fr].

showy, flashy; gaudy &c. (vulgar) 851; garish, gairish|!; gorgeous.

ornamental, decorative; becoming &c. (accordant) 23. #847a. Jewelry -- N. jewel[ornaments worn by people on the body][general], jewelry, jewellery[obs]; bijoutry|!; bijou, bijouterie[Fr]; trinket ;fine jewelry; costume jewelry, junk jewelry; gem, gemstone, precious stone.

[forms of jewelry: list] necklace, bracelet, anklet; earring; locket, pendant, charm bracelet; ring, pinky ring; carcanet[obs]; chain, chatelaine; broach, pin, lapel pin, torque.

[gemstones: list] diamond, brilliant, rock[coll.]; beryl, emerald; chalcedony, agate, heliotrope; girasol[obs], girasole[obs]; onyx, plasma; sard[obs], sardonyx; garnet, lapis lazuli, opal, peridot[ISA:gemstone], tourmaline , chrysolite; sapphire, ruby, synthetic ruby; spinel, spinelle; balais[obs]; oriental, oriental topaz; turquois[obs], turquoise; zircon, cubic zirconia; jacinth, hyacinth, carbuncle, amethyst; alexandrite[obs], cat's eye, bloodstone, hematite, jasper, moonstone, sunstone[obs].

[jewelry materials derived from living organisms] pearl, cultured pearl, fresh-water pearl; mother of pearl; coral.

[person who sells jewels] jeweler.

[person who studies gemstones] gemologist; minerologist.

[person who cuts gemstones] lapidary, lapidarian.

[study of gemstones] gemology, gemmology; minerology.

V. shine like a diamond.

Adj. bejeweled; diamond &c. n[gemstones]..