Definition of Accoutre. Meaning of Accoutre. Synonyms of Accoutre
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Definition of Accoutre
AccoutreAccouter Ac*cou"ter, Accoutre Ac*cou"tre
([a^]k*k[=oo]"t[~e]r), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Accoutered or
Accoutred (-t[~e]rd); p. pr. & vb. n. Accoutering or
Accoutring.] [F. accouter, OF. accoutrer, accoustrer; [`a]
(L. ad) + perh. LL. custor, for custos guardian, sacristan
(cf. Custody), or perh. akin to E. guilt.]
To furnish with dress, or equipments, esp. those for military
service; to equip; to attire; to array.
Both accoutered like young men. --Shak.
For this, in rags accoutered are they seen. --Dryden.
Accoutered with his burden and his staff. --Wordsworth.
Meaning of Accoutre from wikipedia
- but more often
the spelling merely serves
as an affectation. For British accoutre
, the American practice
varies: the Merriam-Webster Dictionary prefers
- rifle, and a quarter
of a pound
of powder; and shall
appear, so armed, accoutred
and provided, when called
out to exercise, or into service, except, that...
- of Chabas's book, Maspero agreed
that the Peleset
Habu were accoutred
more like Europeans
and also agreed
that they were Aegean...
Indian; Sinister: a North American
fur trapper; each habited accoutred
in the exterior
hand a Rifle
all proper Motto
- the baggage, and taking
loads, he mounted riders
upon them accoutred
as hor****. These
of his other
- of the second Supporters
side a Gladiator fully habited
the dexter holding
in the exterior
hand a Sword
and the sinister
- accost accoucheur account
(Old Fr. acont) accountant
(Old Fr. a****ant) accoutre
or accouter accoutrements accredit accreditation accrue
of the 7th (Queen’s Own) Hussars, habited, armed
, all proper. Sinister: a Bay Horse
caparisoned, thereon mounted
- hand resting
on a Rifle
proper; Sinister: a Private
of the Royal Ulster Rifles armed
Motto: Motto Charity Provokes
- the XIth (Prince of Wales's Own) Bengal Lancers mounted
on a Chestnut
Horse, both habited
and accoutred proper Motto
In Bello Quies
(Calm in action)...
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