Embellishment Law and Legal Definition
Embellish means to make beautiful, decorate or to make (a story) more interesting by adding detail. For example, the designer agreed to provide sketches and working details for the fixtures and embellishments.
Example of a State Statute ( California) using the term
The cemetery authority may from time to time adopt plans for the general care, maintenance, and embellishment of its cemetery, and charge and collect from all subsequent purchasers of plots such reasonable sum as, in the judgment of the cemetery authority, will aggregate a fund, the reasonable income from which will provide care, maintenance and embellishment.[Cal Health & Saf Code § 8728]