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verb as in clothe, equip


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So, while we’re on the subject of Fauci and there’s no one here to judge me, I have a big mask collection — lots of designs — and I color-coordinate my daily mask to my outfit.

Your baby will be ready to go the minute they’ve finished their snack, no outfit changes necessary.

They come in virtually every color and color combination you can think of so you can grab a couple to match with various outfits or focus in on a favorite.

A handle on top of the unit means you can quickly relocate it when you need to consult a friend about which pair of pumps will make your outfit.

Lululemon has devoted more square footage to men’s outfits as part of a goal to double revenue in that category by 2023.

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There are a few problems with outfitting an entire office with treadmill desks.

Fans of Bettie Page have her to thank for discovering the rule-breaking pin-up girl and outfitting her in animal skins.

Outfitting the family feline or canine has never been a more popular pastime.

I am driven to Base Camp, a series of trailers where an hour has been allotted for makeup and outfitting.

Really, before starting, I should have consulted Admiral Byrd on outfitting a polar expedition.

Many men outfitting for an African campaign among wild animals secure their outfits in London.

I stopped at the nearest outfitting shop, bought a light-gray hat, and left the black one lying on a chair.

The head of the house opposite was Thomas Winthorpe, who acted as book-keeper to a large outfitting house in the city.

I'll leave you boys to do the outfitting, and will meet you on the beach, ready for the start, at seven in the morning.

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outfitting, such as: appoint, drape, gear, prepare, supply, and provide.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.