Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of accouter.

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Examples

  • Long Island City, which some soul-compelling voice had just finished describing, accoutering the grisly thing in all the garments of verbal glory.

    White Ashes

  • I am ashamed of being a young rake, when my seniors are covering their grey toupees with helmets and feathers, and accoutering their pot-bellies with cuirasses and martial masquerade habits.

    Letters of Horace Walpole 01

  • I am ashamed of being a young rake, when my seniors are covering their gray toupees with helmets and feathers, and accoutering their pot-bellies with cuirasses and martial masquerade habits.

    The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 3

  • Consulting the stars in regards to the accoutering of the boudoir—I’m impressed!

    Angels of a Lower Flight

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