Definition of "habiliments" [habiliments]
- (noun) Plural form of habiliment.
- (noun) dress or attire
Use "habiliments" in a sentence
- "Sammy gave it a sharp glance, then another, and then held the book at arm's length, regarding Robinson's goatskin habiliments over the rims of his spectacles."
- "It was full of pictures – illustrations depicting the adventures and vicissitudes of a fortunate unfortunate, whose desert island has been the paradise of thousands, whose goatskin habiliments have been more worthy of envy than kingly purple, whose hairy cap has been more significant of monarchy than any crown."
- "And we doubt not, while we are clothed in habiliments of mourning in his behalf; while our pillars, and pulpits, and rostrums are draped; while our minute guns are firing, our flags are at half mast, and we are pronouncing his eulogies, he is dressed in the royal robes of his exalted Master, and is joining the great orchestra of heaven in paeans of victory."