[uh-koo-ter-muh nt, -truh-]
- personal clothing, accessories, etc.
- the equipment, excluding weapons and clothing, of a soldier.
Also especially British, ac·cou·tre·ment.
Origin of accouterment
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Examples from the Web for accouterments
He arranged his own bed in this second room, where the saddles and other accouterments were piled.Way of the Lawless
He has been cleaning his sword and accouterments, this morning.The Young Franc Tireurs
G. A. Henty
When getting out the accouterments the priming-wire could not be found.The Story of a Cannoneer Under Stonewall Jackson
Edward A. Moore
He sees that their accouterments do not glisten or rattle when they move.Infantry Drill Regulations, United States Army, 1911
United States War Department
Not a third of the men could swim it with their arms and accouterments.Bamboo Tales
Ira L. Reeves