- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outfit.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. furnished with essential equipment for a particular occupation or undertaking occupation.
- adj. Equipped with appropriate wearing apparel and accessories.
- adj. furnished with essential equipment for a particular occupation or undertaking occupation
- adj. equipped with appropriate wearing apparel and accessories
“If, for whatever reason, your connection experiences an issue (be it router reboot or a momentary pause in connectivity) any Ubisoft title outfitted with the company's new DRM software will immediately boot you to the main menu of the game.”
“Since his label has outfitted Alaskan bush pilots and American expeditions in the Himalayas.”
“I don't think its dedicated military hardware, but a general exploration suit that has been 'outfitted' with an offensive weapon. johnc”
“She, in company with others, made her way to Rampart as best she could, rested and "outfitted" for a trip to Dawson over the ice.”
“Thorpe whirled sharp on his heel and returned at once to a boarding-house off Fort Street, where he had "outfitted" three months before.”
“By our Utah allies, whom we encountered on the following day, we were "outfitted" for recrossing the prairies -- the abandoned waggon, with”
“The poor guy was last to be "outfitted," and that was all that was left He was such a good sport about it - even when I made fun of his furry chaps.”
“When people are too 'outfitted', it comes across as self-conscious. ”
“The technological wonders include a tomb with a removable stone door, a miniature Golgotha atop a grassy hill, and a stream outfitted with a remote-controlled demonstration of the parting of the Red Sea.”
“Soon after moving to Denver in 1876, she purchased a three-story mansion with twenty-seven rooms, then outfitted it with the finest furnishings available.”
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