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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outfit.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. furnished with essential equipment for a particular occupation or undertaking occupation.
  • adj. Equipped with appropriate wearing apparel and accessories.

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

  • adj. furnished with essential equipment for a particular occupation or undertaking occupation
  • adj. equipped with appropriate wearing apparel and accessories


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  • If, for whatever reason, your connection experiences an issue (be it router reboot or a momentary pause in connectivity) any Ubisoft title outfitted with the company's new DRM software will immediately boot you to the main menu of the game.


  • Since his label has outfitted Alaskan bush pilots and American expeditions in the Himalayas.

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  • I don't think its dedicated military hardware, but a general exploration suit that has been 'outfitted' with an offensive weapon. johnc

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  • She, in company with others, made her way to Rampart as best she could, rested and "outfitted" for a trip to Dawson over the ice.

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  • Thorpe whirled sharp on his heel and returned at once to a boarding-house off Fort Street, where he had "outfitted" three months before.

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  • By our Utah allies, whom we encountered on the following day, we were "outfitted" for recrossing the prairies -- the abandoned waggon, with

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  • The poor guy was last to be "outfitted," and that was all that was left He was such a good sport about it - even when I made fun of his furry chaps.

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  • When people are too 'outfitted', it comes across as self-conscious. "

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  • The technological wonders include a tomb with a removable stone door, a miniature Golgotha atop a grassy hill, and a stream outfitted with a remote-controlled demonstration of the parting of the Red Sea.

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  • Soon after moving to Denver in 1876, she purchased a three-story mansion with twenty-seven rooms, then outfitted it with the finest furnishings available.

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