Predicate: deck

Roleset id: deck.01 , to decorate, adorn, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

deck.01: DECK-V NOTES: Frames file for 'deck' based on survey of sentences in the WSJ corpus. (from deck.01-v predicate notes)


deck (v.)


        Arg0-PAG: decorator, agent (vnrole: 9.8-Agent)
        Arg1-GOL: entity decked (vnrole: 9.8-Destination)
        Arg2-PPT: decoration (vnrole: 9.8-Theme)

Example: transitive

        person: ns,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: gerund

        It [*EXP*-2] was hard [*]to see how photosynthesis would ever happen in South Gardens without [*] decking the walls in a Christmas-like array of Gro-Lites [*T*-1] .

        Arg0: [*]
        Rel: decking
        Arg1: the walls
        Arg2: in a Christmas-like array of Gro-Lites

Predicate: deck_out

Roleset id: deck_out.02 , to dress up, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

deck_out.02: DECK_OUT-V NOTES: (from deck.02-v)


deck_out (v.)


        Arg0-PAG: person putting on clothes (vnrole: 9.8-Agent)
        Arg1-GOL: person wearing clothes (vnrole: 9.8-Destination)
        Arg2-PPT: clothes (vnrole: 9.8-Theme)

Example: participle

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: passive,  form: participle

        Mr. Roman , by contrast , seems [*-1] rarely to cut loose at all , although he-2 did appear at Ogilvy 's Halloween party Friday [*-2]decked out in duck feet and a duck hat , [*-3] costumed as a `` lame duck . ''

        Arg1: [*-2]
        Rel: [ decked] [ out]
        Arg2: in duck feet and a duck hat