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tr.v. at·tired, at·tir·ing, at·tires
To dress or clothe, especially in fine or elaborate garments.
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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formal wearing clothes or garments, esp if fine or decorative; dressed: faultlessly attired in black coat and striped trousers.
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|Adj.||1.||attired - 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"|
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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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