To make more beautiful and attractive; to decorate. (verb) अधिक सुंदर और आकर्षक बनाने के लिए; सजा देना।
Examples of word adorn
"Pietre dure," which means "hard stones" in Italian, adorn everything from small vases to giant cabinets.
Although her face and her name adorn its website, there is no apparent reference on the site that she and Mr Lithgow are related.
So, atheists that argue the point of whether jesus was the son of god or not, or whether or not the gospels were or were not written by the people who’s names they adorn is all just entertainment to fill time.
The dimes are just there, begging the question: Do small-denomination coins adorn the streets in socialist countries?
Sae's thoughts turned immediately to her beau. where the flowers of the same name adorn the gates, she began to act ever so slightly more direct towards him.
The report also takes issue with the way the council's eco-labels adorn fish that have undergone serious declines.
Photographs of ships bearing the pub's name adorn the walls of this street-corner pub run by Paul Hexter and wife Frankie - although it's a competition between the pub and Paul for who is most famous.
No subtitles adorn this release, but Closed Captioning is available.
MacDowell said the decision to have the Lemmond name adorn what had been known as the Walsh