Idiom: deck out (someone/something)
Idiom: deck out (someone/something); to deck (someone/something) out
- to decorate in a special way
- to beautify oneself and dress in fine clothes
- Makeup, jewelry and a dress? Why are you all decked out tonight?
- We decked out our house out with lights and ribbons for my sister's baby shower.
- Our social committee did a wonderful job decking out the school auditorium for our homecoming dance.
- My girlfriend decked out my new car with fuzzy green dice, red and white seat covers and she wrapped my steering wheel with gold streamers to embarrass me... but I kind of like it.
- My son loves to dress up but my daughter is more of a tomboy. She absolutely hates getting decked out.
- Last night, I felt so uncomfortable at the party. Everyone was decked out and I was wearing jeans and a white shirt.
- My colleagues decked out my cubicle with balloons and streamers and covered my desk in aluminum foil aluminum for my birthday. It was hysterical.
- I love how everybody on my street decks out their houses with lights and lawn ornaments at Christmas.
- When we decked our front yard out in a graveyard theme for Halloween, my three-year-old was afraid to go out on our front porch.
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