There is no genuine feeling in it: he attires himself in tawdry sentiment as in a flowered waistcoat.
Denise attires her young mistress, who looks really pale after this enforced seclusion.
To the outer glozing fame That now attires us splendent, we may add Inmost applause.
One of the women brings forward a number of attires of false hair, golden and red, and from these the Queen chooses one.
Their attires were iridescent, gorgeous in the fashions borrowed from many lands.
She attires herself splendidly; he swings her on to his horse behind him, and they ride to a wood.
In his inventory of dresses and properties, bearing date 1598, is included a record of "six head tiers," or attires.
Magdalen attires herself with the utmost splendor, and, to hear the sermon better, takes a place immediately under the pulpit.
She then calls for her diadem, her robes of state, and attires herself as if "again for Cydnus, to meet Mark Antony."
She attires herself in silk, with a gold crown on her hair, and he swings her on to his horse.