decorate for

decorate someone for something

to award someone a medal or ribbon for doing something important or brave. The town decorated her for her heroic act. She was decorated for her heroism.
See also: decorate
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Americans with children are 27 percent more likely to decorate for the holidays and 84 percent more likely to be stressed about the cost of decorating than those without children.
Throughout the area, countless residents are taking the time to decorate for Halloween and share their love of the holiday with those passing by.
1 billion industry, according to Unity Marketing, and despite the current anti-clutter trend, the desire to decorate for the holidays continues to grow.
But let me also say that I always decorate for Christmas.
Decorating gets you in the mood to celebrate, while favorite decorations bring back memories People decorate for the holidays to get them in the mood for a happy, memorable celebration.
People wave when they go by and decorate for the holidays.
Which holidays they decorate for and whether they focus their decorations inside and/or outside of the home
While many decorators choose harvest-home or 'fun-and-funky' themes to decorate for Halloween, this year the dark and spooky side of Halloween will be the preferred decorations theme, the research reveals.