Their garb lent them either the gravitas the Republican bench has previously lacked, or the doleful aspect of ushers at a funeral.
There were joyous gasps of surprise, reintroductions, and a collective marveling at the photographs and garb of a shared past.
One depicts a procession of figures wearing both Mayan and Spanish garb, some holding what appear to be human hearts.
Dunn donned his best medieval garb in front of a castle only to be knocked over in his chair… over and over again.
Her knack for modeling is evident in the pictures: in one, she dons traditional Chinese garb and smiles naturally for the camera.
Her garb was rustic, and her cheek pale; but there was an air of dignity and beauty, that hardly permitted the sentiment of pity.
Let the Christian learn that benevolence is the garb in which religion is dressed.
The “monstrum horrendum” of Poe was descending upon them in the garb which alone could fully typify the character of the man!
The very moment I saw him I determined to have his horse if he was in the garb of a traveler.
The face was small and as white as the garb of the strange weird creature.
1590s, "elegance, stylishness," from Middle French garbe "graceful outline" (Modern French galbe), from Italian garbo "grace, elegance," perhaps from Germanic (cf. Old High German gar(a)wi "dress, equipment, preparation;" see gear). Sense of "fashion of dress" is first attested 1620s.
1836, from garb (n.). Related: Garbed; garbing.