costumed[ noun kos-toom, -tyoom; verb ko-stoom, -styoom ]SEE DEFINITION OF costumed
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(II) Drawing in color from still life and the costumed figure.
By the way she was costumed she might have been on her way to some dinner dance on Fifth Avenue.
“I must play the ingnue part for which I am costumed,” she thought.
The plays for these occasions are written, costumed and staged by the students.
We shall but show Macbeth as it might have been costumed at the court of King James.
Behind him rode an ordinary negro, not costumed in any special manner.
She was, in fact, always dressed, costumed is perhaps the most appropriate word.
The play can be effectively staged and costumed, if desired.
I have seen her unclothed, I have seen her costumed only in her alabaster skin.
The women were costumed in the extreme fashions of a year when all fashion was extreme.
1715, "style of dress," an art term, from French costume (17c.), from Italian costume "fashion, habit," from Latin consuetudinem (nominative consuetudo) "custom, habit, usage." Essentially the same word as custom but arriving by a different etymology. From "customary clothes of the particular period in which the scene is laid," meaning broadened by 1818 to "any defined mode of dress." Costume jewelry is first attested 1933.