Definition of Accoutring

1. Verb. (present participle of accoutre) ¹



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Definition of Accoutring

1. accoutre [v] - See also: accoutre

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Accoutring

accourt
accourted
accourting
accourts
accouter
accoutered
accoutering
accouterment
accouterments
accouters
accoutre
accoutred
accoutrement
accoutrements
accoutres
accoutring (current term)
accoy
accoyed
accoying
accoyld
accoys
accrease
accreased
accreases
accreasing
accredit
accredit with
accreditable
accreditation
accreditations

Literary usage of Accoutring

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1. Pencraft: A Plea for the Older Ways by William Watson (1916)
"... in their equipment and accoutring, drew freely and without shame upon the armoury of literary art and artifice, taking care that the sword of the spirit ..."

2. The Definer's Manual: Being a Dictionary on a New Plan, of the Most Useful by William W. Smith (1860)
"Why doea accoutre omit the e in accoutring ? What sounds of a in marauder F Repeat the words classed with effervesce. What is the difference between ..."

3. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1900)
"... but powder, lead, and fire-arms, sufficient for accoutring an expedition for the "warpath," and great store of cloths, cutlery, paints, in the charge of ..."

4. The Life and Theatrical Times of Charles Kean, F.S.A. by Fanny Kemble, Kate Field, John William Cole (1882)
"Do put them on for fun;" she seized them up, and began accoutring me in them. When I was duly enveloped in these very peculiar trappings, we all burst into ..."

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