beadwork

beadwork
noun
1. ornamentation with beads
Syn: ↑beading
Hypernyms: ↑decoration, ↑ornament, ↑ornamentation
2. a beaded molding for edging or decorating furniture
Syn: ↑beading, ↑bead, ↑astragal
Hypernyms: ↑molding, ↑moulding
Hyponyms: ↑quirk bead, ↑bead and quirk

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