- n. Plural form of garb.
“He transmutes tears into treasure, and from nakedness and hunger garbs himself in clean linen and develops the round of his belly.”
“King's watermen, in fantastic mediaeval garbs of red, for all the world like the van of a circus parade.”
“The assumption that these garbs are forcibly imposed on women by men living in France reflects its own type of paternalism about the empowerment and ability of minority women.”
“Whether you're a budding blogger or fashion photographer, SXSW is a content creator's dream because of the 200,000-plus people walking the streets in their crowd-favorite garbs; just make sure to pack a comfortable pair of sneakers.”
“If Fidel's uniform was awful, his post-retirement garbs are worse.”
“The room is organized by date, so prehistoric garbs are in the back moving into the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, Civil War, 1960s and onward.”
“But for a surprisingly big portion of my garbs, I could not, for the life of me, imagine how they ever related to the way I looked.”
“Check out what else Letizia's worn during summer's last days, and help us guess what garbs the colder months will bring.”
“Better yet if one can swathe it in the poorest of garbs, disguising it so well that it can remain in plain sight and yet not attract even the slightest of glances.”
“But why I'm giving Drudge the shout is that he found photos of both Clintons and the current President Bush wearing colorful native garbs.”
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