or be·med·alled  (bĭ-mĕd′ld)
Decorated with or wearing medals.


(bɪˈmɛd ld)

adorned with many medals.
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One after another they surface: bemedaled generals coming out of well-pensioned retirements to salute themselves for their military careers of duty-honor-country-valor.
Not the President, nor Congress, nor the bemedaled pit-bulls staffing the Pentagon.
There are few more cravenly disloyal spectacles in US military history than this bemedaled American general prostrating himself for the Zionist lobby.
The headman, Lapong Bala, wears a chawat [loincloth], bemedaled penghulu-type shirt, and a lovely orangish bearskin (?
Leaders come, leaders go; but the late Arafat always remained--recalcitrant in his 1960s headdress and holster, his former Marxist rhetoric superseded by trendy public allegiance to Islamic fundamentalism, and resplendent in the bemedaled uniform of a general without either an army or a single victory.
A pregnant, semi-literate young woman is now the scapegoat for a bunch of bemedaled, suddenly camera-shy, D.
One searches desperately through the work of a poet who has been bemedaled and belaureled many times for a single poem worthy of the name.
Crowds applauding the bemedaled texts: victorious; heroic; humble, even, out of context.
Were I in the Pentagon's public affairs office--as the deputy undersecretary for defending stupid statements--I'd counsel the general to puff up his bemedaled chest and demand a promotion.
A composer, the dignity of the artist, the myth of the artist, the orchestra (so many months, so many years of labor by violinists, trumpeters, cellists); the public--ladies in corsets, bemedaled officers, frock coats.
Where did that faith come from in that scarred and bemedaled warrior?