verb (used with object)
Origin of garb
Related formsgarb·less, adjectiveun·der·garb, nounun·garbed, adjective
Examples from the Web for garb
One depicts a procession of figures wearing both Mayan and Spanish garb, some holding what appear to be human hearts.7 Historically Significant Artifacts Rescued by Happenstance|The Daily Beast|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her knack for modeling is evident in the pictures: in one, she dons traditional Chinese garb and smiles naturally for the camera.
Their garb lent them either the gravitas the Republican bench has previously lacked, or the doleful aspect of ushers at a funeral.Huckabee Grills GOP Candidates in Republican Presidential Forum|Lloyd Grove|December 4, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Dunn donned his best medieval garb in front of a castle only to be knocked over in his chair… over and over again.
There were joyous gasps of surprise, reintroductions, and a collective marveling at the photographs and garb of a shared past.
It is the garb most likely to obscure and set backward even a Walpole or a Chesterfield in any impression of gentility.The President|Alfred Henry Lewis
So far as her garb is concerned, a Turkish woman to-day is a sere and198 withered leaf.Constantinople painted by Warwick Goble|Alexander Van Millingen
Bebel's exhaustive work, here put in English garb, does this double work unerringly.Woman under socialism|August Bebel
He was a man of middle height, but of extremely powerful frame, and was habited in the garb of a fisherman.Deep Down, a Tale of the Cornish Mines|R.M. Ballantyne
You cannot make the present fill the garb of the past, Milverton, any more than you could make the past fill that of the present.Friends in Council|Arthur Helps