Sentence Examples

  • He raised the church to a high rank as the friend of whatever seemed to extend knowledge or to refine and embellish life.
  • Moreover, the keen artistic instincts of Matthias led him to embellish his cities as well as fortify them.
  • The disintegrated and widely dispersed material of the comet forms the meteors which embellish our skies on mid-November nights.
  • 50-70, vii.; later writers either reproduce or embellish his narrative (Pausanias iii.
  • He never, it should be 1 Nor all a lie, nor all true, nor all fable, nor all known, so much have the story-tellers told, and the fablers fabled, in order to embellish their tales, that they have made all seem fable.

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