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Definition of "garbed" []

  • Clothes, esp the distinctive attire of an occupation or profession (noun)
  • Style of dress; fashion (noun)
  • External appearance, covering, or attire (noun)
  • To clothe or cover; attire (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of garb. (verb)

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Use "garbed" in a sentence
  • "In contrast, Dante Gabriel Rossetti's "The Tune of the Seven Towers" of 15 years later shows static figures garbed in rich fabrics that recall medieval paintings."
  • "Since my ascension to the throne, I have seen myself in that glass many times, usually garbed as a queen to meet my people, which is to say as an icon of hope and faith."
  • "Beneath the wide, arched ceiling so high that it faded away into shadows, a hundred and more of the kindred were gathered, garbed in velvet and silk, bestrewn with jewels, as glorious a court as any monarch could wish."