Richly-embroidered in a sentence

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She had seated herself on a silken divan, and her head rested against a pile of richly-embroidered cushions.
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A negro, dressed in a richly-embroidered livery, sat on the box by the side of the coachman; two plainly-dressed gentlemen occupied the inside of the carriage.
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The second act of the royal toilet began at the solemn moment when the queen changed her richly-embroidered night-chemise for the simpler one she wore during the day.
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He also wore a richly-embroidered purple toga, the token of high civic rank, for he had put on his full insignia as a senator and of consular rank to do honour to the ceremonial.
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He wore a richly-embroidered plum-colored coat, a waistcoat of costly velvet, magnificently adorned with golden foliage, a pair of splendid scarlet breeches, and the finest and glossiest of white silk stockings.
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He spoke; and rushing on, he seized him by the horse-hair tufted helmet, and turning, began to drag him to the well-greaved Greeks: but the richly-embroidered band under his tender throat was choking him, which was drawn under his chin as the strap of his helmet.
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Examples of Richly-embroidered

Example #1
Without waiting for her answer, he threw himself down beside her and caught her hand in his. "Shall I paint your picture?
Example #2
His eyes flashed, and he smiled.
Example #3
French lancers galloped up to keep the people back, and several carriages, preceded by a plain calash, came in view.
Example #4
The shouts drew nearer at this moment, as the crowd rushed from the lower part of the street, their acclamations growing constantly more deafening.
Example #5
I could not bear to be so misconceived.
Example #6
This double fiasco enraged me (you know my bad temper, Marianne).