impedimenta[ im-ped-uh-men-tuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF impedimenta
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPEDIMENTA
The roads were encumbered with the impedimenta of two armies.
The bench was to do duty for washstand and the impedimenta thereto.
Impedimenta, advice as to, 4-6;all essentials procurable at Hong Kong, 4.
When I turned to leave I found my limbs clogged with impedimenta.
The fields are filled with tents, with horses, with all the impedimenta of an army.
An axe, a knife, and a pot are all the impedimenta he carries.
It does not matter how many or how few are your impedimenta, nor the size of the package.
It was shorn entirely of mudguards, running boards, and other impedimenta.
He sat at a desk bare of papers, books, letters or other impedimenta.
But, after all, one's impedimenta must be chosen according to one's tastes.
"traveling equipment," c.1600, from Latin impedimenta "luggage, baggage," literally "that by which one is impeded;" plural of impedimentum (see impediment).