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Antonyms for attiring

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She hurried in her attiring, and uttered engrossed commands.

Rachela was already prepared for the excursion, and she was not long in attiring Isabel.

Meanwhile the Duchess Grumbly was also occupied in attiring herself.

Mrs. Alexander had loaned him the clothes, and succeeded in attiring him so that the deception was complete.

At Kelso Harry procured changes of garments, attiring himself as a Lowland farmer, and his companions as two drovers.

Arthur had risen from his bed, and was in the act of attiring himself, when the tread of a horse arrested his attention.

I rather prefer the former, as tyring is attiring, and 'attire' is head-dress; but whether used of a man or not I am not certain.

The blow fell upon him when he was attiring himself in the garments of his new degree, in preparation for his visit.

After enjoying a luxurious bath, and attiring himself in a suit of snowy-white gear, Frank descended to the dining-room.

Rodman was up in his bedroom, attiring himself elaborately for sentry duty.