an ornamentation

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flourish
ornamentation
Ornamentation is the endeavor to beautify a page or column There are different methods, namely
ornamentation
Decorations and patterns can be referred to as ornamentation. The chairs were comfortable, functional and free of ornamentation. = decoration. decoration on an object that makes it look attractive. In music, the addition of notes for expressive and aesthetic purposes. For example, a long note may be ornamented by repetition or by alternation with a neighboring note ("trill"); a skip to a nonadjacent note can be filled in with the intervening notes; or the resolution of a dissonance (see consonance and dissonance), because of its inevitability, can be delayed. In architecture, applied embellishment in various styles that is a distinguishing characteristic of buildings, furniture, and household items. Ornamentation often occurs on entablatures, columns, the tops of buildings, and around entryways and windows, especially in the form of moldings. Throughout antiquity and into the Renaissance, and later for religious buildings, applied ornament was very important, often having symbolic meaning. The anthemion petal motif was especially popular on the moldings of ancient Greek cornices. Other motifs from antiquity include the Egyptian cartouche (oval), fretwork (banding) of capitals, fluting and reeding of columns, bas-relief egg-and-dart moldings (with alternating oval and pointed forms), and scrollwork such as that found on Ionic capitals and in the running-dog pattern (or wave scroll). Brattishing refers to the continuous embellishment around the top of a wall, common in the Gothic period. The diaper motif, an allover pattern of small repeated shapes, was also often used in this period. The use of strapwork (interlaced scrollwork), which originated with Islamic metalwork, is characteristic of Mannerist architecture and furniture
ornamentation
Note or notes added to the original melodic line for embellishment and added interest
ornamentation
This refers to an attribute of a product which may not be protected under trademark law Under the aesthetic functionality doctrine, those design attributes of a product that are mere ornamentation, i e aesthetically pleasing and help improve the salability of a product, but do not primarily assist the consumer in distinguishing the goods from a competitor’s goods, cannot receive trademark protection
ornamentation
Decoration, adornment or embellishment
ornamentation
The act or art of ornamenting, or the state of being ornamented
ornamentation
something used to beautify
ornamentation
the act of adding extraneous decorations to something
ornamentation
the state of being ornamented
ornamentation
That which ornaments; ornament
ornamentation
{i} decoration, illumination; adornment, embellishment
ornamentation
melodic decoration, florid embellishment of notes
ornamentation
The act or process of decorating etc
ornamentation
– The embellishing of a musical line
an ornamentation

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