verb (used with object), ac·cou·tred, ac·cou·tring. Chiefly British.
Definition for accoutred (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
Origin of accouter
Examples from the Web for accoutred
She was the greatest lady in Rome, accoutred with wealth and prestige and incomparable beauty.Roads from Rome|Anne C. E. Allinson
While he accoutred him for the journey, Tressilian drew his own girths tighter, and in a few minutes both were ready to mount.Kenilworth|Sir Walter Scott
Nlbs also came, brought an accoutred horse and did obeisance.The Bbur-nma in English|Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
One day, hearing his aunt's voice, he came in to show himself, accoutred and clanking with chains.Old Kensington|Miss Thackeray
They were the very identical weapons with which the corsair in the picture was accoutred!