Definitions

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  • adj. Decorated with ribbons, trinkets, etc.

Etymologies

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Related to haberdashery.

Examples

  • Such an exploration, itself unscrolling like a screenplay from "Opening Credits and Theme Music" on page 3 to "Epilogue and Scenes from Upcoming Episodes" on page 549, lets Moody spend satiric time in dream factories that pander to such base faith needs both in "the conspiratorial enterprise of Manhattan" and on the left coast where pop culture's psychic yardgoods are tie-dyed and haberdashed ( "the light that illuminates the world begins in Los Angeles").

    In the Desert, Prime Time

  • There’s Roger Stone, his political consigliere, who is, as always, immaculately and ornately haberdashed in café au lait suede shoes and a gangster boldstripe suit.

    FLY FISHING WITH DARTH VADER

  • "'No way-stops,' says I to Solly, 'except long enough to get you barbered and haberdashed.

    Heart of the West [Annotated]

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