Synonyms for equipage

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As it will be so privately performed, clothes and equipage may be provided for afterwards.

His clothes were as remarkably fine as his equipage could be.

Can he give me an equipage, or any of those things which Bellarmine will make me mistress of?

An equipage, indeed, is the one indispensable luxury of Rome.

I would have had him post after my equipage, to have sold some of my clothes.

In order to that, she made an equipage far above what she could support.

“Pete” himself had driven the equipage over from the livery stable.

Passing the gateway of the courtyard, the equipage vanished in flames.

No club will rival his cook, no equipage beat his in the Park.

Still, there was none of that splendor of equipage of which I had heard so much.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, from French équipage (15c.), from équiper (see equip). Now largely replaced by equipment.

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nounfurnishing(s)
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