Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective wearing clothes.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of apparel.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective dressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination

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Examples

  • But for the inter-religious Sant'Egidio meeting this week, the sun shone brightly and gorgeously appareled men of many religions yes, almost all men embraced one another and spoke, one after another, of their passion for peace and justice.

    Katherine Marshall: From Munich To Sarajevo: A Pilgrimage For Peace

  • He remembered her dainty undergarmenting, and on the instant, into his brain, leaped the image of her so appareled, only to be shattered by Bert.

    CHAPTER VII

  • But for the inter-religious Sant'Egidio meeting this week, the sun shone brightly and gorgeously appareled men of many religions yes, almost all men embraced one another and spoke, one after another, of their passion for peace and justice.

    Katherine Marshall: From Munich To Sarajevo: A Pilgrimage For Peace

  • Some forty similarly appareled blacks lay about the deck, fifteen of which were boat's crew, the remainder being fresh labor recruits.

    THE TERRIBLE SOLOMONS

  • But for the inter-religious Sant'Egidio meeting this week, the sun shone brightly and gorgeously appareled men of many religions yes, almost all men embraced one another and spoke, one after another, of their passion for peace and justice.

    Katherine Marshall: From Munich To Sarajevo: A Pilgrimage For Peace

  • In the first, an enigmatic wanderer, appareled in a coat of many colors, enters a splendid city:

    Cassocks and Codpieces

  • In the first, an enigmatic wanderer, appareled in a coat of many colors, enters a splendid city:

    Cassocks and Codpieces

  • In the first, an enigmatic wanderer, appareled in a coat of many colors, enters a splendid city:

    Cassocks and Codpieces

  • In the mud of their complacently perpetuated barnyard pond, they assert that no bright-browed, bright-appareled, shining figures can be outside of fairy books, old histories, and ancient superstitions.

    “It was the Golden Fleece ready for the shearing.”

  • Reminding the glossily appareled Jeremiah Cummings, the head of the Worldwide International Campaign for Christ, that Saint Paul traveled with only the shirt on his back, he asks, “Should I assume that this is the only $2,000 suit you own?”

    An Atheist Walks Into a Bar …

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