Adjective "beautify" definition and examples

(Beautify may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈbjuːtɪfʌɪ/

Definitions and examples

verb

Improve the appearance of.
  1. 'While the cleanliness of the parks has been raised to the highest level for the Habba, special plants are being used to beautify the entrances and stage areas.'
  2. 'City folks are eagerly awaiting the proposed project to beautify the Putherikandam maidan adjacent to the Gandhi Park, which will add to the beauty of the Fort area.'
  3. 'The Japanese donation will support a Kathmandu Metropolitan City project to improve the environment and beautify the site.'
  4. 'For instance some people believe shoes and sandals remain unnoticed or that they are the last option required to beautify one's looks.'
  5. 'Experts have criticized this practice and said the ‘chop-head trees’ looked ugly and had little effect in beautifying the environment.'
  6. 'The British brought in gardeners from the Kew Gardens to help beautify the layout, and added the Glass House, based on the Crystal Palace, London.'
  7. 'The hundreds of chemicals used by farmers to control pests, improve production and beautify fruit and vegetables leave residues that end up on our tables.'
  8. 'Lawns, shrubs and decks require periodic treatment to beautify their appearance and enhance the beauty and value of your home.'
  9. 'Billions of rupiah have been spent to beautify the National Monument Park and improve sidewalks in the center of town.'
  10. 'Only a few short years ago this handsome Boucherville buck was working as a welder, building the structures that hold all that cute billboard advertising you see beautifying our city and its surrounding highways.'

More definitions

verb (used with or without object), beautified, beautifying.

1. to make or become beautiful.