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garb definition

  • noun:
    • a unique style or type of clothes; dress: clerical garb.
    • An outward look; a guise: presented their particular radical ideas in the garb of moderation.
    • a guise, outside appearance
    • A wheat sheaf.
    • A measure of arrows at the center Ages.
    • Clothing overall.
    • the entire gown or match of garments worn by anybody, particularly when showing ranking or workplace.
    • outfit; manner.
    • exterior appearance, as expressive of the feelings or personality; looks; manner or manner, since speech.
    • A sheaf of whole grain (grain, unless otherwise specified).
    • Outward appearance; manner of address, dress, deportment, etc.; mien; demeanor; thus, mode; fashion; manner; type of performing any such thing.
    • Fashion or mode of dress, or the dress itself; dress; costume, especially as befitting or peculiar to some particular position or station in life, or characteristic of a class or period: as, dressed in his official garb; in the garb of old Gaul.
    • Synonyms Apparel, garments, raiment, outfit, habiliments, costume.
    • A sheaf or bundle, by grain or arrows: obsolete except in some specific programs.
    • clothing of a unique design and for a certain occasion
    • a unique style or kind of clothes; dress: clerical garb.
    • A distinctive style or type of clothes; dress: clerical garb.
    • an exceptional style or type of clothing; gown: clerical garb.
    • A distinctive style or as a type of garments; gown: clerical garb.
    • An outward appearance; a guise: presented their radical a few ideas inside garb of moderation.
    • An outward appearance; a guise: presented their particular radical a few ideas inside garb of moderation.
    • An outward look; a guise: provided their particular radical some ideas within the garb of moderation.
    • An outward appearance; a guise: provided their particular radical ideas in the garb of moderation.
    • a guise, exterior appearance
    • a guise, exterior look
    • a guise, exterior appearance
    • A wheat sheaf.
    • a guise, outside look
    • A wheat sheaf.
    • A measure of arrows in the centre years.
    • A wheat sheaf.
    • A wheat sheaf.
    • A measure of arrows at the center years.
    • Clothing generally speaking.
    • A measure of arrows in the centre Ages.
    • the complete gown or fit of clothing donned by anyone, specially when indicating position or office.
    • Clothing as a whole.
    • Clothing generally.
    • the complete dress or fit of garments worn by any person, specially when indicating rank or company.
    • the complete dress or suit of garments donned by anyone, especially when suggesting position or company.
    • Costume; manner.
    • outfit; manner.
    • exterior appearance, as expressive associated with thoughts or personality; appearance; style or fashion, by speech.
    • External look, as expressive associated with thoughts or personality; appearance; fashion or manner, as of address.
    • A sheaf of whole grain (wheat, unless otherwise specified).
    • A sheaf of grain (grain, unless otherwise specified).
    • Outward appearance; types of speech, dress, deportment, etc.; mien; demeanor; therefore, mode; fashion; fashion; style of performing everything.
    • Fashion or mode of dress, or even the dress it self; gown; outfit, specifically as befitting or particular for some specific position or section in life, or feature of a class or period: since, dressed in their official garb; when you look at the garb of old Gaul.
    • Synonyms Apparel, garments, raiment, outfit, habiliments, costume.
    • A sheaf or bundle, by grain or arrows: outdated except using specific programs.
    • garments of an exceptional design or for a specific event
    • Costume; fashion.
    • exterior appearance, as expressive of thoughts or personality; appearance; fashion or fashion, by speech.
    • A sheaf of grain (wheat, unless otherwise specified).
    • Outward look; method of speech, gown, deportment, etc.; mien; demeanor; for this reason, mode; manner; manner; style of performing everything.
    • Fashion or mode of dress, or the dress it self; dress; outfit, specially as befitting or particular to some certain position or section in life, or attribute of a course or period: because, dressed up in his official garb; when you look at the garb of old Gaul.
    • Synonyms Apparel, clothes, raiment, attire, habiliments, costume.
    • A sheaf or bundle, as of whole grain or arrows: obsolete except in a few specific programs.
    • A measure of arrows in the Middle Ages.
    • clothes generally speaking.
    • your whole gown or match of clothes worn by anyone, especially when suggesting rank or office.
    • Costume; fashion.
    • exterior look, as expressive of the thoughts or personality; looks; manner or fashion, at the time of message.
    • A sheaf of grain (grain, unless otherwise specified).
    • Outward appearance; types of address, gown, deportment, etc.; mien; demeanor; thus, mode; manner; style; style of performing everything.
    • Outward look; types of address, dress, deportment, etc.; mien; demeanor; therefore, mode; fashion; manner; model of performing anything.
    • manner or mode of dress, and/or dress itself; dress; outfit, especially as befitting or strange to some specific place or section in life, or attribute of a class or period: because, dressed up in their official garb; inside garb of old Gaul.
    • Synonyms Apparel, clothes, raiment, attire, habiliments, outfit.
    • A sheaf or bundle, at the time of whole grain or arrows: outdated except in certain particular programs.
    • clothing of a distinctive style or even for a particular event
    • garments of a distinctive style or for a particular event
    • Fashion or mode of gown, and/or dress it self; dress; outfit, specifically as befitting or unusual to some specific place or place in life, or characteristic of a class or duration: as, wearing their official garb; in garb of old Gaul.
    • Synonyms Apparel, clothes, raiment, outfit, habiliments, costume.
    • A sheaf or bundle, by grain or arrows: outdated except in some particular programs.
    • garments of an exceptional style and for a certain occasion
  • verb-transitive:
    • to pay for with or as though with clothing; dress.
    • To clothe; variety; deck.
    • to pay for with or just as if with garments; gown.
    • To cover with or as though with garments; gown.
    • To cover with or as if with garments; gown.
    • To cover with or as though with clothes; gown.
    • To clothe; variety; deck.
    • To clothe; range; deck.
    • To clothe; range; deck.
    • To clothe; array; deck.
  • verb:
    • To dress yourself in garb.
    • provide with garments or put garments on
    • To clothe themselves in garb.
    • To dress yourself in garb.
    • To dress yourself in garb.
    • To wear garb.
    • offer with garments or place garments on
    • offer with clothing or place clothing on
    • offer with clothes or put clothing on
    • provide with clothes or place clothing on
  • others:
    • To outfit; clothe; range.
    • To dress; clothe; range.
    • To outfit; clothe; range.
    • To dress; clothe; array.
    • To dress; clothe; variety.
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