“What Obama has done so far is about perfect,” Kadivar, garbed in his traditional cleric's robes, said.
And in their midst, garbed in street attire, was Marjory Dean!
We were soon disrobed and garbed in the white suits of our enemies.
She had a firm little nose and chin, and was garbed in black silk garments of a fashion evidently dating back a decade.
Through the nights of activity she was garbed in rich, warm brown.
garbed in one of her bonnets, veils and dresses, he descended in the elevator and swiftly got away from the Waldorf, undetected.
He was garbed in a loose black robe, which reached almost to his feet.
The members of the four Estates, garbed in black, were there, each in his allotted place.
Almo had money with him and at Arpinum had garbed himself decently for the road.
The tomtoms presently burst into life, and Sam Hatfield, garbed in an Indian blanket, took the center of the circle.
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.