Apparelled [verb]

Definition of Apparelled:

cover with apparel

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Sentence/Example of Apparelled:

The rowers, magnificently apparelled, and the crew were under the command of a prior of the order of the Knights of Rhodes.

Thereto likewise came Alwin decked out in his best raiment, and many others were there apparelled also in their best.

There is no nook of Scotland more gloriously apparelled and richly endowed.

Her eyes hinted of a recent stormy past, but once more she was decorously apparelled.

At first glance he was smartly apparelled, but below the waist Dave always diminished rapidly in elegance.

Postscript: Kindly come apparelled in ye meeting-house cloathes and behave as a young maide should so do.

Then on the morn they apparelled them to joust, Sir Gawaine and his four brethren, and did there great deeds of arms.

Then they ordained their battle in four parties, wonderly well apparelled and garnished with men of arms.

Then came forth a likely knight, and well apparelled in scarlet furred with minever.

Melitta opened the gate and admitted a youth splendidly apparelled, and with fair curling hair.