It must have been after Ht overcame Ttr that he started his kinsman Parbat to me with tribute and an accoutred horse.
Those already on the ground are similarly armed, and accoutred.
Al Jang-jang, came to the bank of the river with Hts offering of an accoutred horse.
For I presume that it is to the wars that ye are riding, since ye are all so armed and accoutred.'
This neas, accoutred in shining brass, has advanced against the son of Peleus; and Phbus Apollo has urged him on.
Nlbs also came, brought an accoutred horse and did obeisance.
So accoutred, he led the way to the canopied platform under the flag-pole, where the reviewing party were to sit.
To have no other arms but swords, and to be accoutred for drawing the guns.
And Gwalchmai accoutred himself and rode forward hastily to the place where Peredur was.
Therefore we have need to be armed and accoutred at every point.
also accoutre, 1590s, from French acoutrer, earlier acostrer (13c.) "arrange, dispose, put on (clothing)," originally "sew up," from Vulgar Latin accosturare "to sew together, sew up," from Latin ad- "to" (see ad-) + *consutura "a sewing together," from Latin consutus, past participle of consuere "to sew together," from con- (see com-) + suere "to sew" (see suture). Related: Accoutered; accoutred; accoutering; accoutring.