apparel

Part of speech: verb

To clothe.

Part of speech: noun

Clothing; dress.

Part of speech: noun

Raiment; clothing.

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Usage examples "apparel":

  1. She wished to be regarded as a man, assumed male apparel and an artificial beard, and gave herself on many of her monuments the style and title of a king. - "Ancient Egypt", George Rawlinson Other: Arthur Gilman.
  2. I am not sure that, class for class, the rich do not show the least taste in their apparel. - "Town Life in Australia 1883", R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny.
  3. He had boasted that he would not appear but as the Laird of Dymock in Dymock castle; therefore, though the weather was warm, he assumed his only remains of handsome apparel, viz, a cloak or mantle of blue cloth and with a hat, which was none of the best shape, on his head, he walked to the edge of the moat, and there stood awhile calling aloud. - "Shanty the Blacksmith; A Tale of Other Times", Mrs. Sherwood [AKA: Mrs. Mary Martha Sherwood].