attire definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To dress or clothe, particularly in fine or sophisticated garments.
    • To dress; to array; to decorate; esp., to clothe with elegant or splendid garments.
  • noun:
    • Clothing or array; clothing.
    • The antlers of a deer.
    • an individual's gown; just what one wears; a person's garments.
    • The solitary horn of a deer or stag.
    • Dress; clothes; headdress; such a thing which dresses or adorns; esp., decorative clothes.
    • The antlers, or antlers and scalp, of a stag or money.
    • the interior elements of a flower, included within the calyx plus the corolla.
    • Dress; clothing; garb; apparel.
    • A dress or costume; a write-up of attire.
    • plural In heraldry, the horns of a hart, when utilized as a bearing.
    • In botany, the stamens collectively.
    • Synonyms Raiment, range, outfit, match, lavatory, wardrobe.
    • clothing of a unique design or for a certain celebration
  • verb:
    • To dress or garb.
    • put on unique clothes appearing especially appealing and attractive
  • others:
    • To outfit; clothe; range; adorn.

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