Antonyms for caparisoned

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Both were caparisoned in the fullest trappings of feudal war.

Three elephants were caparisoned and led round to the front of the house.

This car had four wheels, and was drawn by four yoke of oxen, caparisoned in red.

My horse stood at the post all caparisoned, while I made ready.

A procession of “twenty-five caparisoned horses” was a feature of the show.

He rode a large war steed, black of coat and caparisoned in red.

Prowling about, he found blankets, a saddle and bridle with which he caparisoned his steed.

By his side stood his horse, also caparisoned in rich armor.

In a day or two I was in it; and in another day or two I was caparisoned as a laborer, and in the field.

Near a side postern stood a grey palfrey, caparisoned for a lady's use, and impatiently awaiting its burden.