(noun) The specialdress or garbassociated with anoccasion or office.Oftenusedin the plural: "shrouded from head to footin the habiliments of the grave” ( Edgar Allan Poe).
(noun)Characteristicfurnishings or equipment;trappings:surrounded by the habiliments of the televisionnewsindustry.
(noun) dress or attire
Use "habiliment" in a sentence
"She even wished to refuse him: – but Beech Park, the equipage, the servants, the bridal habiliment."
"In the United Kingdom, as in other modern liberal democracies, there are few, if any, estrictions upon one's choice of habiliment."
"Britannia, or her genius in the usual habiliment, a scroll — she appeared seated and behind her a figure of Hercules, emblematic of the great work so completely and speedily performed: above Fame appeared with a medallion of his Lordship and in the background a perspective view of"