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clothe

verb accouter, amicire, appoint, arm, array, attire oneself, bedeck, bedrape, cloak, conceal, costume, cover, cover up, disguise, drape, dress, embroider, enable, encase, endow, endue, enfold, enrobe, enwrap, equip, fit out, frock, furnish, garb, gear, innuere sibi vestem, invest, invest with power, outfit, provide, put in uniform, robe, suit, supply, uniform, vestire, wrap
Associated concepts: clothe with authority to act, clothe with indicia of ownership
See also: vest
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The primary restraint is market overcrowding due to the presence of low-cost products, which results in intense price pressure, especially in the high-visibility protective clothing market.
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Decorum of clothing was a gendered construct that played out on the bodies of its wearers.
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In Kenya and other underdeveloped countries, old clothing from North America has contributed to a decline in the local clothing industry.
Extrapolating from their laboratory tests, the researchers theorize that simply walking into a patient's room can dislodge spores that cling to visitors' clothing.
Indeed, famed rockers and young Hollywood alike have taken to the burgeoning clothing line.
Most of these works have focused on the Egypt that is wrapped in Western clothing, or Westernized Egypt.
The coat Aiello handed out that day was only one of the nearly 200 articles of clothing she gives out every year and one of the thousands of services the Care Center has provided to area women in its nearly 19 years of operation.
Clothing, even clothing with quotes around it, is risky to employ as an art ingredient because it is among the "noisiest" of object categories: immediately and universally recognizable yet culturally and personally specific, reverberant with centuries of connotation and cliche.