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  • verb Present participle of garb.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If there is no innate difference between the substance of Sylvia Plath and a Mr Sheen add – ifyou take all the wild, ritous variety of the creative world and declareit to be identical, forcing each vibrant shape into the drab grey monotone of texthood – then it is you, Herr Doktor, who are running the police state, garbing the populace in prison smocks and shaving their obedient, coweringheads.

    Dear Board of Studies « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

  • If there is no innate difference between the substance of Sylvia Plath and a Mr Sheen add – ifyou take all the wild, ritous variety of the creative world and declareit to be identical, forcing each vibrant shape into the drab grey monotone of texthood – then it is you, Herr Doktor, who are running the police state, garbing the populace in prison smocks and shaving their obedient, coweringheads.

    2008 September 20 « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

  • Sexual priggishness, vengeance and racism are very difficult concepts upon which to build a positice values argument, but they've managed to create the illusion that they have "moral clarity" by garbing their narrow vision in religious and patriotic terms --- and because we have failed to stand up for our universal values of liberty, justice and equality.

    Hullabaloo

  • Disdaining any thought of garbing herself, she fled into the night.

    Conan and The Gods of The Mountain

  • Raihna's head bobbed and vanished, and all around him Conan saw and heard men garbing and arming themselves.

    Conan the Relentless

  • I took on a changed form then, as did Jurt, and we went through the ritual again at this level, before garbing ourselves for the occasion.

    Prince of Chaos

  • For example, there are not only such obvious things as the brand and collar, and the distinctive garbing of the slave, or the lack of garbing, but, far more significantly, the extreme closeness of the society, with its scrutiny of strangers, and the general nature of an uncompromising and inflexible enforcement of, her condition.

    Magicians of Gor

  • For example, there are not only such obvious things as the brand and collar, and the distinctive (pg. 33) garbing of the slave, or the lack of garbing, but, far more significantly, the extreme closeness of the society, with its scrutiny of strangers, and the general nature of an uncompromising and inflexible enforcement of, her condition.

    Magicians of Gor

  • It seemed to me, interestingly enough, if I did not misread the matter, that she was extremely sensitive to, and timid concerning, the revealing nature of her garbing.

    Renegades Of Gor

  • "There is quite a diversity in the garbing of these slaves, " remarked Miles of Vonda.

    Guardsman Of Gor

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