accoutred


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Synonyms for accoutred

provided with necessary articles of equipment for a specialized purpose (especially military)

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When Frost figures a world of leisure--as in his 2012 show at Mary Mary in Glasgow, "Image Coming Soon," which used hammocks as painterly supports, or this year at BolteLang in Zurich, where he accoutred fluffy bathrobes with palm-tree and martini-glass graphics--it's one that is easy to find attractive, in weaker moments, but that doesn't chime with the precarious reality of many artists' working lives.
Rather, the lives of those no-longer-quite-so-young women one sees pounding the asphalt before dawn on Sunday morning, accoutred in spandex and headphones, are dramatically imagined.
They were accoutred in green jackets and blue trousers, in accord with the newest militia dress regulations approved in 1813.
ammunition, "and shall appear, so armed, accoutred and provided,
The force was mounted and accoutred as light Dragoons.
All the soldiers, including the person who is being operated upon, are accoutred in incongruously shiny jackboots--a symbol later to be applied to cruel and authoritarian behaviour or rule.
Indeed, the Articles of Confederation had required that "every state shall always keep up a well regulated and disciplined militia, sufficiently armed and accoutred.
Suitably Accoutred bids for a quick follow-up in the 8.
Soberly accoutred in a corrugated bronze carapace, it determinedly blanks out its surroundings.
Found in Palu, in central Sulawesi, this sari-length cloth depicts two large facing pairs of elaborately accoutred elephants, surrounded by a supporting cast of human and animal figures and decorative flora.
And Graham Clark, magnificently accoutred, was a splendid, almost sympathetic witch, facial expressions traversing all that heavy make-up, and vocal inflections doing all the business.
5) Behind him, as his sponsor, stands St Michael, splendidly accoutred in armour akin to that sported by St George in The Van der Paele Madonna (Groeninge Museum, Bruges); he carries his helmet under his left arm and places his right hand on the patron's shoulder.
We would certainly become more Christlike--not merely comfortably accoutred promulgators of correct propositions about God and inherited notions of ecclesiology, but righteous-rich followers of the way, whose immense good fortune is put at the disposal of the neighbors among whom our Lord has placed and accompanies us.
Bare heads, or heads accoutred in the wrong kind of headgear, cause our want of self-respect, and therefore our want of respect for others.