exaggeration (part of speech: noun)
overestimation (part of speech: noun)
ornament (part of speech: noun)
They made a mistake in spelling their Latin motto, but the crimson banner, with its silver fringe and its exquisite embroidery,
was very handsome.
- "The Little Book of the Flag", Eva March Tappan.
Victoria bent over her embroidery,
smiling a little, unseen, and, in truth, not ill pleased.
- "The Mating of Lydia", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
If the piece is large it can be turned and ironed lightly on the right side where there is no embroidery.
- "The Complete Home", Various.