accouter


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ac·cou·tre

or ac·cou·ter  (ə-ko͞o′tər)
tr.v. ac·cou·tred, ac·cou·tring, ac·cou·tres or ac·cou·tered or ac·cou·ter·ing or ac·cou·ters
To outfit and equip, as for military duty.

[French accoutrer, from Old French acoustrer, arrange, equip : a-, to (from Latin ad-; see ad-) + coustrer, sew; see couture.]

ac•cou•ter or ac•cou•tre

(əˈku tər)

v.t. -tered -tred, -ter•ing -tring.
to furnish with clothes or equipment.
[1600–10; earlier accou(s)tre < French accoutrer, Old French acou(s)trer to arrange, accommodate]

accouter


Past participle: accoutered
Gerund: accoutering

Imperative
accouter
accouter
Present
I accouter
you accouter
he/she/it accouters
we accouter
you accouter
they accouter
Preterite
I accoutered
you accoutered
he/she/it accoutered
we accoutered
you accoutered
they accoutered
Present Continuous
I am accoutering
you are accoutering
he/she/it is accoutering
we are accoutering
you are accoutering
they are accoutering
Present Perfect
I have accoutered
you have accoutered
he/she/it has accoutered
we have accoutered
you have accoutered
they have accoutered
Past Continuous
I was accoutering
you were accoutering
he/she/it was accoutering
we were accoutering
you were accoutering
they were accoutering
Past Perfect
I had accoutered
you had accoutered
he/she/it had accoutered
we had accoutered
you had accoutered
they had accoutered
Future
I will accouter
you will accouter
he/she/it will accouter
we will accouter
you will accouter
they will accouter
Future Perfect
I will have accoutered
you will have accoutered
he/she/it will have accoutered
we will have accoutered
you will have accoutered
they will have accoutered
Future Continuous
I will be accoutering
you will be accoutering
he/she/it will be accoutering
we will be accoutering
you will be accoutering
they will be accoutering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been accoutering
you have been accoutering
he/she/it has been accoutering
we have been accoutering
you have been accoutering
they have been accoutering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been accoutering
you will have been accoutering
he/she/it will have been accoutering
we will have been accoutering
you will have been accoutering
they will have been accoutering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been accoutering
you had been accoutering
he/she/it had been accoutering
we had been accoutering
you had been accoutering
they had been accoutering
Conditional
I would accouter
you would accouter
he/she/it would accouter
we would accouter
you would accouter
they would accouter
Past Conditional
I would have accoutered
you would have accoutered
he/she/it would have accoutered
we would have accoutered
you would have accoutered
they would have accoutered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.accouter - provide with military equipmentaccouter - provide with military equipment  
equip, fit out, outfit, fit - provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose; "The expedition was equipped with proper clothing, food, and other necessities"

accouter

or accoutre
verb
To supply what is needed for some activity or purpose:
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