- a carriage.
- a carriage drawn by horses and attended by servants.
- outfit, as of a ship, an army, or a soldier; equipment.
- a set of small household articles, as of china.
- a collection of articles for personal ornament or use.
Origin of equipage
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Examples from the Web for equipage
As it will be so privately performed, clothes and equipage may be provided for afterwards.Clarissa, Volume 1 (of 9)
His clothes were as remarkably fine as his equipage could be.
Can he give me an equipage, or any of those things which Bellarmine will make me mistress of?
An equipage, indeed, is the one indispensable luxury of Rome.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
I would have had him post after my equipage, to have sold some of my clothes.The Memoirs of Count Grammont, Complete
- a horse-drawn carriage, esp one elegantly equipped and attended by liveried footmen
- (formerly) the stores and equipment of a military unit
- a set of useful articles
- a group of attendants; retinue
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Word Origin and History for equipage
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