clad[ klad ]SEE DEFINITION OF clad
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLAD
All the sales of sheep and lambs are by the "clad score" which contains twenty-one.
She was clad in white that made her Italian looks more pronounced.
Mr Verloc reposed characteristically, clad in his outdoor garments.
Two other women, all clad in lavender, appeared in the doorway.
From his head to his feet he was clad in a horse's hide, dressed with the hair upon it.
She was clad in black and held in her hands what Dan took to be a ship's lamp.
He stepped in clad in silks and fox-pelts, and looking almost like a dragon or a tiger.
He was clad from head to foot in black armor, and his face was as black as the bottom of a kettle.
He was clad in a civilian costume, which pronouncedly smacked of the prairie.
She was clad, too, so differently from the general run of the villagers.