Said of the horns of a stag when they are of a different tincture to its head.(adjective)
Simple past and past participle of attire.(verb)
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Use "attired" in a sentence
"These good lady players, or some of them, are attiring themselves in these days as I like to see lady golfers attired, that is to say, there is evidence that they think a trifle less of fashion and dainty appearance than they do of security, comfort, and freedom of limb and muscle."
"He poured, with old-world flourish, coffee for the romantically attired woman—whose name was Tanya Cohen."
"Properly attired waiters, real San Francisco food diet plate?"