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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of accoutre.


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  • _CHANSON DE ROLAND_ accoutres his heroes of old time in the costume and armour of his own age, and the later poets of the same cycle introduce the innovations of their time; they do not hunt for "local colour" in the _CHANSON DE ROLAND_.

    Homer and His Age

  • Yet the Eighties revival that has swept its pestilential way through womenswear for years continues to wreak eye-watering havoc on the way the other side accoutres itself.

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