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also flo·re·at·ed  (flôr′ē-ā′tĭd)
Decorated with floral designs.

[From Latin flōs, flōr-, flower; see bhel- in Indo-European roots.]
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(ˈflɔːrɪˌeɪtɪd) or


(Architecture) architect having ornamentation based on flowers and leaves
[C19: from Latin flōs flower]
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(ˈflɔr iˌeɪ tɪd, ˈfloʊr-)

decorated with floral ornamentation.
[1835–45; < Latin flōr-, s. of flōs flower]
flo`ri•a′tion, n.
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When [X.sub.CUR] = 0.4, the branch-like structures of lipid monolayers changed into floriated platform structures, and more microdomains of complexes appeared in the observed image (Figure 10(c)).
Faintly evoking floriated decorative motifs or fortissimo signs, these loops also recall dropped ribbons; Abts has added hyperillusionistic shadows that make the lines appear to lift off the canvas.
Liu, "Template-free hydrothermal synthesis of Zn[In.sub.2][S.sub.4] floriated microsphere as an efficient photocatalyst for [H.sub.2] production under visible-light irradiation," Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol.
Only 11 apostles are sitting in a semi-circle against a floriated, architecturally inspired letterform as if Matthias has not yet been selected (Acts 1:26).
His book, Floriated Ornament, brought in little income, and there were always battles to be fought within the Roman Catholic world in the controversy between Classical and Gothic.
The tribute to the season rises radiantly from floor to ceiling in the hotel's lobby - a 9th-century floriated Arabesque style, first seen in the Fatimid Dynasty's palace in Cairo.