English to Welsh Meaning :: decorative

Decorative :
addurniadol
addurniadol, addurnol, haddurniadol, haddurnol - addurniadoladdurnoladdurniadau
 
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Adjective(1) serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose

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(1) Today, she works full-time as a decorative artist and has recently moved to Tadcaster, where she runs her business.(2) Born in Glasgow, Cottier was the pioneer of Scotland's original tradition of artistic and decorative interiors.(3) The well maintained communal gardens that surround this scheme include a number of water and decorative features.(4) By then he had been taught the elements of design by his father, a jobbing decorative artist.(5) Artist Chris Topp has helped fix the decorative cross he created to the front of Archbishop Holgate's School in York.(6) Olenin was especially interested in the drawings as models for artists, and they were soon to bear decorative fruit.(7) The ornaments in this work are not simply decorative , but generative.(8) And because fruit trees and bushes can be beautiful and decorative , you don't have to set aside part of your garden as a growing area.(9) Buttons ceased to be purely decorative and began to feature regimental designs.(10) After training as a decorative artist he worked successfully at Drury Lane, London, as a scene painter.(11) A small 1970s television sits in one corner - seemingly more of a decorative feature than anything else.(12) Second, their masses of small white, bell like blossoms are as decorative as any purely ornamental shrub.(13) It will feature decorative landscapes and cuisine from a variety of Southeast Asian countries.(14) Angelopoulos and Drew were both easel and mural artists who were familiar with different kinds of decorative finishes.(15) decorative style(16) There is too much of everything, as the artist further patterns the paintings with decorative details.
Related Words
(1) decorative arts ::
celfyddydau addurnol
Synonyms
Adjective
1. ornamental ::
addurniadol
4. fancy ::
ffansi
5. ornate ::
addurnedig
6. attractive ::
deniadol
7. pretty ::
'n bert
8. showy ::
showy
Antonyms
1. utilitarian ::
iwtilitaraidd
Different Forms
decorative, decoratively
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