|(Architecture) ornamental bracket under a Corinthian column, a bracket in Corinthian order||modillion|
|(Architecture) small ornamental object at the top of a column (or gable, etc.), architectural decoration, curve in a typeface, furniture decoration||finial|
|(from French) lining; ornamental lining of a book cover, lining in book cover||doublure|
|a bulge, bend, or kink, bend or cause something to bend, clasp, clamp, fasten, belt; bend, warp; be bent or warped; give way, yield, clasp; knob, protrusion, collapse, fasten something with buckle, give in, metal fastener, ornament resembling buckle||buckle|
|accessories and outward signs, decorations, ornaments, adornments; typical articles, characteristic signs, ornamental harness for a horse||trappings|
|act of ascribing animal characteristics to a deity; use of animal forms in ornamental art, attribution of animal forms to gods, use of animals in art||zoomorphism|
|act of making decorative needlework, addition of fictitious details, decorative designs created with ornamental needlework; something embroidered, something with decorative needlework||embroidery|
|act of waving or flourishing (i.e. a sword); pretentious display; decorative addition (especially in handwriting); period of healthy growth and development, be healthy or grow well, do well, hand movement, loop or curl, ornamental trumpet call, short p...||flourish|
|add a small amount to, add alcohol to a drink, beat, braid on military uniforms, cord used to tie edges together, decorate with lace, delicate fabric with patterned holes, fasten using laces, intertwine, ornamental fabric made of interwoven threads, la...||lace|
|ancient religious symbol or ornamental figure in the shape of a Greek cross with the four arms bent at right angles; official emblem of the German Nazi party and the Third Reich, Nazi symbol||swastika|
|any flowering tree or shrub from the genus Rhododendron (widely cultivated as a decorative shrub), ornamental shrub||rhododendron|
|any plant from the sage family, any plant from the genus Salvia (Botany), ornamental red-flowered plant||salvia|
|apparatus; trick, scheme; hardware component which can send or receive data (Computers), bomb, emblem or motto, literary or dramatic tool, ornamental design, ploy, tool or machine||device|
|artistic representation of festoon, decorate with chains of flowers (or leaves, etc.), decorative chain (made of flowers, etc.); ornamental design (on furniture, architecture, garland, hang festoons on something, join with festoons, shape something int...||festoon|
|arum lily, calla, ornamental lily, white ornamental lily||calla lily|
|attractive, of decoration, ornamental, ornamental; beautifying||decorative|
|band worn on arm, narrow strip of water, ornamental band worn around the upper arm, arm band||armlet|
|bath for birds, ornamental fountain or pool for birds to drink and play in||birdbath|
|beam embedded in wall, decoration at bottom of page, end, part of stringed instrument, piece or part placed at the end of something; small piece of wood on a violin or other instrument to which the strings are fastened; ornamental design at the bottom ...||tailpiece|
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