Origin of finery1
noun, plural fin·er·ies. Metalworking.
Origin of finery2
Related Words for fineryapparel, regalia, frippery, gear, suit, decoration, splendor, caparison, trimmings
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Contemporary Examples of finery
Caroline Baudelaire was a good-looking woman who delighted in dressing in her finery when going out at night.Baudelaire’s Femme Fatale Muse
May 7, 2013
The men, in their coat and tails, and women, in all their finery, are forced to hop and ribbit.Nobel High Jinks
Samuel P. Jacobs
December 8, 2009
Was Bjork consciously spoofing the notion of “swanning about” in finery, or is that giving her too much credit?The 10 Most Horrendous Oscar Gowns in History
February 21, 2009
Historical Examples of finery
The poor Frenchmen looked like peacocks in their dress, but we did not envy them their finery.Ned Myers
James Fenimore Cooper
The Princess asked her to bring her ball dress and all the rest of her finery.Jennie Baxter, Journalist
It is a sin to wear woman's finery; or it breeds sin in women.
In young girls we observe coquetry and jealousy and the desire for finery.
Youth, beauty, health, finery and flirtation excite the sexual appetite.