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bedeck with (something)

To decorate or embellish with something. I want this whole room bedecked with lights for the Christmas party. During the 1960s, many girls bedecked their hair with flowers.
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bedeck someone or something with something

to decorate someone or something with something. She bedecked herself with garlands of daisies. Karen bedecked the room with flowers.
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They delight in the marvellous displays which bedeck the town centre every year.
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According to Bedeck, the scent will survive 20 washes and has passed skin sensitivity tests.
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The world knows the spectacular whorls, streaks and stripes that bedeck the atmospheres of Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune from the photos taken by the Voyager and Pioneer spacecraft.