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Deck as verb and the accompanying preposition

The final preposition is the dispositive one. deck out in deck out with in is used with attire and things worn with is used with ornaments, flowers, baubles, etc P.S. The verb deck out (in) is ...
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Deck as verb and the accompanying preposition

Your understanding is quite accurate! Let’s break it down: “Decked with”: This phrase is commonly used to describe objects, places, or things that are adorned or decorated with something. For instance:...
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Deck as verb and the accompanying preposition

However, I see two ways of using the verb in practice: deck with and deck out in Note that the "out" functions as an adverb and is not necessary We decked [out] the halls with boughs of ...
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