festoons

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Two banks of evenly spaced rollers in FOUR-ROLL CALENDER used for accumulating fabric to maintain continuous operations while making roll changes and for taking up slack in fabric prior to calendering
plural of festoon
The strands of crystal that drape the fixture, hanging in a loop or curve
third-person singular of festoon
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To make festoons
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A bas-relief, painting, or structural motif resembling such an ornament
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To hang ornaments, such as garlands or chains, which hang loosely from two tacked spots
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Any of a series of wrinkles on the backs of some ticks
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{n} a garland, wreath, border of flowers
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a curtain of fabric draped and bound at intervals to form graceful loops
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a garland of leaves or ribbons suspended in a loop between two points; festoons are often painted or sculpted, the latter particularly in friezes of the Corinthian order
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decorate with strings of flowers; "The public buildings were festooned for the holiday"
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{i} decorative chain (made of flowers, leaves, etc.); ornamental design (on furniture, architecture, etc.)
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{f} decorate with chains of flowers (or leaves, etc.)
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A carved or painted ornament in the form of a garland of fruit and flowers tied with ribbons and suspended at both ends in a loop; also called a swag
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an embellishment consisting of a decorative representation of a string of flowers suspended between two points; used on pottery or in architectural work
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A garland or wreath hanging in a depending curve, used in decoration for festivals, etc
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Any carved or molded decoration that is shaped like a wreath or garland of flowers, leaves, etc hanging in a loop or curve This horizontal decorations seems to span two points with a slight sag in the middle
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A raised cable with light globes attached
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flower chains suspended in loops between points an embellishment consisting of a decorative representation of a string of flowers suspended between two points; used on pottery or in architectural work a curtain of fabric draped and bound at intervals to form graceful loops decorate with strings of flowers; "The public buildings were festooned for the holiday
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flower chains suspended in loops between points
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To hang or make festoons
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To form in festoons, or to adorn with festoons
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An ornament such as a garland or chain which hangs loosely from two tacked spots
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A cloud on Jupiter that hangs out of its home belt or zone into an adjacent area forming a curved finger-like image or a complete loop back to its home belt or zone
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of Bucranium
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A type of stitch An apparatus to make reinforced edges on scallops, etc , for a strong cutting edge
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A carved ornament consisting of flowers, and leaves, intermixed or twisted together, wound with a ribbon, and hanging or depending in a natural curve
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A carved ornament in the form of a band, loop, or wreath, suspended from two points; also called a "garland" or a "swag "
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anything arranged in this way
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To hang with decorations
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(English) A decorative chain, draped between two objects; painted festoons on church walls in Spanish America often depicted flowers and ribbons strung between two urns
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If something is festooned with, for example, lights, balloons, or flowers, large numbers of these things are hung from it or wrapped around it, especially in order to decorate it. The temples are festooned with lights. = bedeck. to cover something with flowers, long pieces of material etc, especially for decoration be festooned with/in sth. a long thin piece of material, flowers etc, used especially for decoration
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