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verb as in clothe

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The guidelines would require schools to accept name and pronoun changes, eliminate gender-specific attire from dress codes and uniforms and allow students and staff to use facilities that correspond with their gender identity.

We’ve abandoned business attire for comfortable lounge wear.

Hillstone’s restaurants are reluctant to enforce masks — but they forbid guests from wearing hats, tank tops, flip flops and team athletic attire.

Consumers have not only reduced their consumption of nonessential items like clothing Advertisement , but are buying more quality garments over cheap, disposable attire.

In March and April, demand for certain products like travel accessories and wedding attire all but evaporated as those activities became impossible to do under stay-at-home orders.

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There are also multiple vectors of cool, each defined by distinctive attire.

By 1915, mourning attire had begun to draw more attention to the mourner than to the deceased, drawing critics to the practice.

From the refined attire at Lincoln Center to the avant-garde dress downtown, we spotted many of the big 2014 trends.

But in one area, they seem to have regressed: bathing attire is starting to look positively Victorian.

He had traded his convict uniform for civilian attire, though he still had on prison-issue footwear.

And he girded him about with a glorious girdle, and clothed him with a robe of glory, and crowned him with majestic attire.

When he bent his elbows the sleeves flew up his arms, and these wristers became the most conspicuous thing in his whole attire.

His attire, from the square-pointed collar down to the neat black brogues, was spotless.

There seems to be no sufficient reason for explaining it by 'necklace' or 'gorget,' as if it were a separable article of attire.

The town itself was still in holiday attire in honor of its royal guest of the preceding day.


On this page you'll find 81 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to attire, such as: apparel, clothes, costume, dress, garb, and getup.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.