accoutrement[ uh-koo-ter-muh nt, -truh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF accoutrement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCOUTREMENT
The accoutrement lay by the chair its owner had been lounging in.
The men-at-arms sank to their knees with a rattle and ring of accoutrement.
The accoutrement (ala) presumably was the addition of fittings.
Besides, his horse and accoutrement were not one half so good as mine.
That the accoutrement is so arranged that it will not rattle or glisten in the sunlight.
These changes were judged to be sufficient for my accoutrement.
If I raise a shout they will come here, kill you, and take away your horses and accoutrement.
But the portion of his accoutrement which was perhaps the most remarkable has not been mentioned yet.
An indispensable article of accoutrement was the machete, cutlass, in his belt.
So Rollo rode with a clatter of spurs and accoutrement up to the gate of the convent.