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Definition of "accoutrement" []

  • The act of accoutering. (noun)
  • An article of clothing or equipment, in particular when used as an accessory. (noun)
  • Apparatus needed for a task or journey. (noun)
  • Equipment other than weapons and uniform. (noun)
  • Trappings. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "accoutrement" in a sentence
  • "The result was that in the end the Valiant Soldier, of the Christian army, was distinguished by no peculiarity of accoutrement from the Turkish Knight; and what was worse, on a casual view Saint George himself might be mistaken for his deadly enemy, the Saracen."
  • "Undoubtedly his most distinguishing artistic trait, Okazaki's graphic style is a peculiar syncretism of cultural and stylistic elements from the East and West that favors funky portmanteaus like a hip hoppish samurai, cybernetic villains decked out in Japanese accoutrement, a seasonal matsuri float carrying a DJ atop a massive PA."
  • "Every building, road, tree and "accoutrement" pieces depicted in these pictures were made by Herb."