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Definition of accoutre verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

accoutre

 verb
(also accouter) verb
NAmE//əˈkutər//
 
accoutre somebody (in/with something) (formal)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they accoutre
 
he / she / it accoutres
 
past simple accoutred
 
-ing form accoutring
 
 
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to dress someone in a particular type of clothing or give them a particular type of equipment, especially a noticeable or impressive type She arrived accoutred in a full-length mink coat.
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