- to dress; attire.
- to provide with clothing.
- to cover with or as with clothing.
Origin of clothe
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Contemporary Examples of clothed
And it often travels so lightly that you can forget you are clothed in its benefits.What Would Happen if I Got in White Cop’s Face?
December 30, 2014
There is no way to really justify the constant (clothed) closeups of her crotch and breasts.Bayonetta Is Nintendo’s Graphic, Ass-Kicking Barbie
October 24, 2014
Everyone is clothed and basically just laughing at this silly sex toy someone brought out as a conversation piece.Miss America Hypocrisy: The Vanessa Williams Nude Photo Shaming
July 23, 2014
A dark-skinned man and light-skinned woman stand among a crowd, clothed chimpanzees in each of their arms—an implausible family.Garry Winogrand’s American Hustle Comes To The Met
June 27, 2014
They hang alongside his Democracy pictures as a clothed contrast.David Bailey’s ‘Stardust’ Shows a Keen Eye for Fine Faces
February 8, 2014
Historical Examples of clothed
He has clothed the Graces, though the Graces never clothed him.
They were clothed in bright garments, with garlands on their heads.
Since they came to this colony they had been fed and clothed, and no one would take any money.Explorations in Australia
The masses of our people are better fed, clothed, and housed than their fathers were.
I endeavoured to obtain sight of him, but he was so wrapped and clothed that I did not succeed.
- to dress or attire (a person)
- to provide with clothing or covering
- to conceal or disguise
- to endow or invest