Definition of embellish:
floor, lard, pad, broider, footslog, slog, bolster, clothe, embroider, adorn, prettify, lose one's temper, enlarge, aggrandize, magnify, flip one's wig, set off, dramatise, have kittens, blow a fuse, deck, inflate, go ballistic, ornament, grace, adopt, dress, hit the ceiling, tramp, trudge, invest, dump, throw a fit, fly off the handle, blow one's stack, illustrate, detonate, aggrandise, bedight, blow up, amplify, plod, dramatize, puff up, knock down, explode, fill out, combust, beautiful, puff, decorate, beautify, flip one's lid, expand, have a fit, gild, coldcock, study at decorate, puff out, hit the roof, fancify.
- beautify (part of speech: verb)
- improve (part of speech: verb)
- overestimate (part of speech: verb)
- exaggerate (part of speech: verb)
- "Anglo-Saxon Literature", John Earle.
- "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
The gentleman is, by employing hands, likewise to embellish his country with the improvement of art and sciences, with the making and executing good and wholesome laws for the preservation of property and the distribution of justice, and in several other manners to be useful to society.- "The History of the Life of the Late Mr. Jonathan Wild the Great", Henry Fielding.