What is ‘opinion-based’ about your question?
Three members of our community cast individual votes to close your
question. As none of them has said anything else in the matter, the
close-reason of “Opinion-based” is all we have to go on.
Speaking only for myself, I agree with their collective action to close
your question for the close-reason given. Your question was:
How might you give an accolade regarding it?
No deep reading is needed to determine that that question
can only draw answers that are mere opinions of personal
preference. It is not answerable by facts and citations.
It is therefore not a valid question from the point
of view of the Stack Exchange question-and-answer model.
Why was your question-asking privilege suspended?
No moderator took any action here.
When the software that powers Stack Exchange determines that a new user is
not doing well, it usually first offers guidance for how to improve before
it starts imposing rate limits on that user.
Apparently you have managed to run afoul of whatever proprietary metrics it
uses for this. These metrics are believed to include asking many questions
in a short time that were variously downvoted, closed, or deleted by the
members of the community.
Another potential trigger for this may be a form of automated quality
analysis, the exact details of which are also unknown. But it may have noticed
the many, many spelling mistakes, questionable grammatical constructions,
rather long sentences, and the generally unfavorable readability score any
mechanical analysis tool will have assigned it. One such
tool identifies around 100 issues
needing attention in your posting.
I’m afraid that that’s really quite poor.
The title of your post, which is supposed to be a question, is not a
question. It is also manifestly incoherent:
desriptor as simultaneously an adjective and an adverb, retaining truncated into one-ish. E.g.: "ornate, ornately furnished" ↦ “ornate, -ly furnished”
You “buried the lede”, as journalists call it: your actual question did not
appear until nearly 150 words into your posting, and it was a meandering
and bewildering slog to get there. If we use the standard typesetter’s
line length of 65 ens, that’s at around the 17th or 18th line.
Many people will have given up reading your post by then.
But for those who did manage to persevere, they find that you have ended your
posting with yet another clearly off-topic solicitation of opinions:
What is best way / are the best ways ,to wordsmith ’em?
Those questions are not answerable by facts and citations, so they do not belong on Stack Exchange.
Let me conclude by observing that just as we saw in all this post’s text right from the very beginning in
its title, even this last sentence requires a serious copyedit pass before it becomes
sufficiently well-formed that it no longer distresses the eyes of our reader community here—and perhaps even those of certain system algorithms about which I have no personal knowledge to speak of.