accouter

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accouter (third-person singular simple present accouters, present participle accoutering, simple past and past participle accoutered)

  1. (transitive) To furnish with dress or equipments, especially those for military service; to equip; to attire; to array.
    • Both accoutred like young men. - Shakespeare, Merchant of Venice, III-iv
    • For this, in rags accoutered are they seen. - John Dryden
    • Accoutered with his burden and his staff. - William Wordsworth

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accouter

  1. (reflexive, s'accouter) to lean upon one's elbows