accouterment

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Synonyms for accouterment

things needed for a task, journey, or other purpose

Synonyms for accouterment

clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing

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Focusing on sustainability, the renovation incorporated geothermal heating and cooling, natural light, and creative reuse of various architectural accouterments like doors, windows and marble.
'Whose Is It?: Community Workers' is a new six volume series of informative, 24-page, full color, 10" by 10" picturebooks specifically designed to introduce children ages 4 to 8 and in Preschool through Second Grade a variety of different community employments through the accouterments that various workers perform when carrying out their particular duties.
You can go deeper--about 12,000 feet below sea level--without all the diving accouterments in a simulated submersible at The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (www.buei.org).
Many readers will try to put their growing knowledge to work to guess social status of the individuals shown and the meanings of their accouterments. The descriptive captions should not be glossed over either.
Private Detective Russell Quant, erstwhile policeman, dog lover, and gay male replete with a Ukrainian mother who has come for Christmas with her cooking accouterments and cute accent, is warned off from a case before it even spans his radar.
However, unlike GOP loyalists sporting pro-Bush t-shirts and accouterments, the Ranks were clad in t-shirts reading: "Love America, Hate Bush."
Since 1982, the institute, a folksy operation, has been marketing the accouterments necessary for warning criminals that they are being watched.
Benefits for men were gendered, too, but in ways that would cast them as manly accouterments. In the case of men, welfare capitalism focused first on redefining masculinity in respectable (read 'middle class') team pursuits.