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attire
used in Great Expectations

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Definition
clothing — especially of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion
  • His arms and legs were like great pincushions of those shapes, and his attire disguised him absurdly; but I knew his half-closed eye at one glance.
    Chapter 28 (30% in)
  • A frowzy mourning of soot and smoke attired this forlorn creation of Barnard, and it had strewn ashes on its head, and was undergoing penance and humiliation as a mere dust-hole.
    Chapter 21 (44% in)
  • That discreet damsel was attired as usual, except that she was now engaged in substituting for her green kid gloves a pair of white.
    Chapter 55 (76% in)

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