To adorn or ornament in a showy fashion.(verb-transitive)
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Use "bedeck" in a sentence
"Just as she had refused to "bedeck" herself for social occasions as a girl, so her choreography insisted that the audience see plainly what is there instead of buying into some comfy illusion."
"Invariably a few spotlight-hungry imposters will bedeck themselves with awards they did not earn, position themselves to be"
"Funny, but too bad they didn't bedeck it with ornaments and tinsel before launch."