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  • transitive verb To furnish with dress, or equipments, esp. those for military service; to equip; to attire; to array.

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  • verb transitive To furnish with dress or equipments, especially those for military service; to equip; to attire; to array.

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  • verb provide with military equipment

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Examples

  • Granted, they should give it a more dignified name and accouter it better.

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  • Had the circumstances been happier, Ada thought, this would have been like the hair contest, a game of dress-up against which they might wager to see who could accouter herself most convincing as a man.

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  • Had the circumstances been happier, Ada thought, this would have been like the hair contest, a game of dress-up against which they might wager to see who could accouter herself most convincing as a man.

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  • His old garments and accouter-ments he had tied up in a bundle, which he carried by a sling over one shoulder.

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  • Valleys and sweet plains, waterfalls and rivers, glades where lovers would have walked and confluences where towns could have been built, the lovely island had all these accouter-ments, these alluring invitations to civilization.

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  • One who pleads the cause of another, as in a legal or ecclesiastical court. accouter v. To dress. aerial adj.

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  • It is a allegation in adjustment to accept a allusive Military career for you to accouter yourself and butt a specialization whether it is in the army, navy, or air force.

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  • Her "Primrose" accouter, a unmistakeable patterned, sailing -- necked miniequip was charming, but less so the be zoologicals she subjected to the catwalk in the distinction of uncultured rights.

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  • Her "Primrose" accouter, a unmistakeable patterned, sailing -- necked miniequip was charming, but less so the be zoologicals she subjected to the catwalk in the distinction of uncultured rights.

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