Abiliment

A`bil´i`ment

    (å`bĭl´ĭ`ment)
n.1.Habiliment.
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As the Greeke tongue is made famous and eloquent by Homer, Hesiod, Euripedes, AEschylus, Sophocles, Pindarus, Phocylides, and Aristophanes; and the Latine tongue by Virgil, Ovid, Horace, Silius Italicus, Lucanus, Lucretius, Ausonius, and Claudianus: so the English tongue is mightily enriched and gorgeously invested in rare ornaments and resplendent abiliments by Sir Philip Sidney, Spenser, Daniel, Drayton, Warner, Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Chapman (Meres, 1933, [1598], p.
Caesar imagines the scene as ornamented with orientalizing trappings: "I' th' market-place, on a tribunal silver'd"; "in chairs of gold"; "She / In th' abiliments of the goddess Isis / That day appear'd" (3.