References in classic literature ?
This act would not be a little patch on the face of his reputation to embellish it, but a very malignant ulcer to disfigure it.
The famous air-gun of Von Herder will embellish the Scotland Yard Museum, and once again Mr.
Hilbery's part to embellish the bareness of her discourse, gave Ralph time to perceive that she possessed all the facts of their situation and was come, somehow, in the capacity of ambassador.
My father knew too well my mother's superior worth not to be sensible that she was a valuable fortune in herself: and if she would but consent to embellish his humble hearth he should be happy to take her on any terms; while she, on her part, would rather labour with her own hands than be divided from the man she loved, whose happiness it would be her joy to make, and who was already one with her in heart and soul.
embellish the manuscripts in process of growth under the pen,
We are to dignify to each other the daily needs and offices of man's life, and embellish it by courage, wisdom and unity.
What I would say is this," resumed the trapper, who was far from understanding all the subtle distinctions with which his more learned companion so often saw fit to embellish his discourse; "there is but one birth and one death to all things, be it hound, or be it deer; be it red skin, or be it white.