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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GARMENTS

So fearless were they, that they made nothing of creeping in among the folds of his garments.

These garments, made by my mother's own hands, had long been the bane of my existence.

She washed and rinsed the garments, and, opening a clothes-horse, spread them out to dry.

He stood waiting while the rising wind blew their garments about them.

The brush of her garments against my sleeve quite maddened me.

Also, your garments are as wrinkled as though you'd been put through a wringer.

Now we gave our attention to the wetness of garments, for we were chilled blue.

Behind it rode a personage wearing a scarlet hat and garments of purple.

Those who performed it all wore devil-masks and garments of scales.

It was the scent of the garments of my Athanasia, as I had dreamed it in my dream!

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400, variant of garnement (early 14c.), from Old French garnement "garment, attire, clothes," from garnir "fit out, provide, adorn" (see garnish).

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