clad head to toe in clingy black fabrics—the top half of her sequined!
The contestants return for the “swimsuit” round, clad in light blue, bedazzled tulle g-strings.
They described him as clad in black, his face smeared with mud.
clad in black, Al Pacino tells Gina Piccalo he loved playing Jack Kevorkian because he was a "zealot."
With a high ponytail hanging below her waist, she is clad in a billowing striped top and dramatic African necklace.
The whining of Mistisi told him that the dog, too, was clad in the like chill armor.
But a soldier must be clad even to sixty rounds of ball cartridge.
At Omsk saw numbers of Asiatics clad in skins, they were ugly, dirty and many pitted with small-pox.
The boy soprano, clad in white surplice, stood in the organ loft.
Just as he was returning from his errand he encountered Nozdrev, clad in a dressing-gown, and holding a pipe between his teeth.
"clothed," c.1300, mid-13c., from clad, alternative past tense and past participle of clothe. Old English had geclæþd, past participle of clæþan.