Definition of bedeck in English:

bedeck

Syllabification: be·deck
Pronunciation: /bəˈdek
 
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verb

[with object]
Decorate: he led us into a room bedecked with tinsel
More example sentences
  • Fore Street will be bedecked with flags and decorations with street entertainment laid on daily from July 12.
  • Gold has also become a part of our social customs to such an extent that bedecking a bride with ornaments made of gold is considered a must by the bride's family.
  • The hall was bedecked using balloons and festoons, with candle-lit tables adding to the carnival ambience.
Synonyms
decorate, adorn, ornament, embellish, furnish, garnish, trim, deck, grace, enrich, dress up, trick out;
swathe, wreathe, festoon
informal do up

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