What is another word for bedizened?

Pronunciation: [bɪdˈa͡ɪzənd] (IPA)

Bedizened is a word used to describe something or someone that is overly adorned or decorated, often in a gaudy or ostentatious manner. Synonyms for bedizened include decked out, embellished, festooned, ornate, glittering, and bedecked. Other similar words can also be applied, such as flamboyant, flashy, showy, and flamboyant, which can all express the same level of embellishment and ornamentation. In contrast, antonyms for bedizened might include words like minimal, simple, understated, or unadorned. Choosing the right synonym can help to capture the intended tone and meaning intended by the writer or speaker.

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What are the hypernyms for Bedizened?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for bedizened?

Bedizened is an adjective which means to decorate oneself with ornate or gaudy clothing. The antonyms for bedizened include plain, austere, simple, unadorned, plain, and unembellished. These antonyms indicate a lack of showiness, extravagance, or embellishments. They are often used to describe a style that is unpretentious, modest, or reserved. For example, plain clothing may be worn for practical reasons or to blend in, while simple designs may be chosen for their understated elegance. These antonyms are useful in contextualizing the meaning of bedizened and can be employed to convey a sense of understated charm or elegance.

Usage examples for Bedizened

The room was bedizened with flowers, in dishes, tins, and gallon jars, so that it seemed some way an alien thing, like a prune horse.
"Friendship Village"
Zona Gale
He held a short staff in his hand, with which, from time to time, he struck the bedizened poles, one by one, and lowering it as he struck.
"The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies"
Robert Gordon Latham
But though they carried the large war-shield instead of the little ornamental shield usually employed on pacific journeyings, and were fully armed with assegai and knobkerrie, and here and there a battle-axe, their persons were bedizened by no martial gear-being, in fact, devoid of little other adornment than the mutya.
"The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley"
Bertram Mitford

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