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at·tire

 (ə-tīr′)
tr.v. at·tired, at·tir·ing, at·tires
To dress or clothe, especially in fine or elaborate garments.
n.
1. Clothing or array; apparel.
2. The antlers of a deer.

[Middle English atiren, from Old French atirier : a-, to (from Latin ad-; see ad-) + tire, order, rank; see tier1.]
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attired

(əˈtaɪəd)
adj
formal wearing clothes or garments, esp if fine or decorative; dressed: faultlessly attired in black coat and striped trousers.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.attired - dressed or clothed especially in fine attireattired - dressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination; "the elegantly attired gentleman"; "neatly dressed workers"; "monks garbed in hooded robes"; "went about oddly garmented"; "professors robed in crimson"; "tuxedo-attired gentlemen"; "crimson-robed Harvard professors"
clad, clothed - wearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination; "clothed and in his right mind"- Bible; "proud of her well-clothed family"; "nurses clad in white"; "white-clad nurses"
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attired

adjective dressed, clothed, turned out, equipped, costumed, arrayed, robed, got ready, fitted out, decked out, garbed, rigged out, apparelled (archaic), accoutred He was faultlessly attired in black coat and striped trousers.
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Translations

attired

[əˈtaɪərd] (formal) adjvêtu(e) (formal), mis(e) (formal)
attired in → vêtu(e) de
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References in classic literature ?
Men with calloused hands and attired in garments that showed the wear of an endless trudge for a living, smoked their pipes contentedly and spent five, ten, or perhaps fifteen cents for beer.
le Cure, attired in his handsome chasuble and walking under a canopy of red velvet supported by four men.
The king himself being attired with dignity, it took the world some centuries to discover that his own conduct and decrees were sufficiently ridiculous for the amusement not only of his court but of all mankind.