Learning English

Word: Ornate

Ornate [Adjective]

Sentence: They are often dwarfed by skyscrapers or rusted from decades of indifference. But the cast-iron buildings of New York, with their ornate facades mimicking the palaces of Italy and France, once stood as conspicuous examples of this city’s commercial and architectural aspirations. (Source: www.nytimes.com)

Meaning: Highly Decorated

How To Remember?

“Ornate” should remind you of the word “Ornaments”, and ornaments are used to decorate places or things, aren’t they?

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