verb (used with object), ap·par·eled, ap·par·el·ing or (especially British) ap·par·elled, ap·par·el·ling.
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Origin of apparel
OTHER WORDS FROM apparelo·ver·ap·par·eled, adjectiveun·ap·par·eled, adjectivewell-ap·par·eled, adjectivewell-ap·par·elled, adjective
Words nearby apparel
Example sentences from the Web for apparelled
The mate, Jerry, and I were also apparelled in our Sunday best.The Pilots of Pomona|Robert Leighton
For me, on this occasion, Leeds was 'apparelled in celestial light.'Ellen Terry and Her Sisters|T. Edgar Pemberton
She was apparelled like any barbaric Ethiopian emperor, his neck heavy with pendants of polished ivory.Moby Dick; or The Whale|Herman Melville
Then on the morn they apparelled them to joust, Sir Gawaine and his four brethren, and did there great deeds of arms.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume II (of II)|Thomas Malory
But the purest of sentiments and the loftiest of purposes do not constitute poetry, even when apparelled in verse.The Bridling of Pegasus|Alfred Austin