I embarked at Alicante, reached Genoa after a prosperous voyage, and proceeded thence to Milan, where I provided myself with arms and a few soldier's accoutrements
; thence it was my intention to go and take service in Piedmont, but as I was already on the road to Alessandria della Paglia, I learned that the great Duke of Alva was on his way to Flanders.
Many of them looked more like Indians than white men in their garbs and accoutrements
, and their very horses were caparisoned in barbaric style, with fantastic trappings.
As he would have to leave his horses and their accoutrements
here, he determined to make this a trading post, where the trappers and hunters, to be distributed about the country, might repair; and where the traders might touch on their way through the mountains to and from the establishment at the mouth of the Columbia.
Just before dark they had been close enough for us to plainly distinguish that they were green Martians, and all during the long night we distinctly heard the clanking of their accoutrements
With all solemnity I set it down here, that those horses were the hardest lot I ever did come across, and their accoutrements
were in exquisite keeping with their style.
About his waist he wore an old brass-buckled leather belt, which was the one thing solid in his whole accoutrement
Strange to relate, this ludicrous accoutrement
was far from moving me to laughter.
Precious Indian Weapons: And Other Princely Accoutrements
In "Precious Indian Weapons: And Other Princely Accoutrements
" he has drawn upon his impressive expertise and experience to produce a truly spectacular collection of nearly 200 jeweled weapons and priceless accoutrements
from the Indian subcontinent that was assembled over many decades by Sheikh Nasser and Sheikha Hussah al-Sabah for The al-Sabah Collection, Kuwait.
This tabletop vignette has shiny features such as glass accoutrements
from Croatia, corrugated glasses, an hourglass and a velvet box with metallic trim from India, glass vase with brass trim from China, gilt picture frames from Italy, gilt vases from Thailand and brass bottles and candleholders.
For example, the Merriam-Webster and American Heritage dictionaries give accoutrements
the French spelling.