To dress or clothe, especially in fine or elaborate garments.(verb-transitive)
Clothing or array; apparel.(noun)
The antlers of a deer.(noun)
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Use "attire" in a sentence
"Anyway, ridiculous attire is not necessarily uncomfortable attire, which is our issue here."
"Republican candidate Blake Farenthold, who is running for Texas's 27th district House seat, came under scrutiny this week when images surfaced of him out for a night on the town with women in attire leaving little to the imagination."
"“Muslims around the world know that this attire is misogynistic dress for women that is being promoted by the Taliban and al-Qaeda,” said Tarek Fatah, founder of the group."