Example sentences for: decked

How can you use “decked” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Both the NYT and LAT go top-front with the same picture of Bill Clinton: At the Korean DMZ complete with howitzer backdrop, decked out in scrambled-eggs ball-cap and Army field jacket, he's doing a grip-and-grin with a bunch of soldiers.

  • The grand finale seems spectacular to some and completely unnecessary to others: The lights in the amphitheater dim and three rowboats decked out with Christmas lights paddle out to the middle of the lake, one with an organist and two violinists playing classical music.

  • Complete with big pictures: the WP and LAT run a shot of her embracing the mother of a boy she is widely believed to have had killed, while the NYT shows the former liberationist reformer decked out in all the major jewelry groups, including gold-inlaid designer glasses.

  • --but otherwise the city seems a cheerful, colorful refuge, decked with tasteful advertising posters.

  • Through all such intensely concocted efforts, year after year, set ablaze by fierce lights and lashed at by loud music, rows of tall, beautiful, amiable young women stride and pause and turn, obligingly decked in strands of rope, piles of feathers, patches of metal, mountains of taffeta.


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