- clothes or clothing.
- clothes as worn in a particular profession, way of life, etc.
Origin of habiliment
OTHER WORDS FROM habilimentha·bil·i·men·tal [huh-bil-uh-men-tl], /həˌbɪl əˈmɛn tl/, ha·bil·i·men·ta·ry, adjectiveha·bil·i·ment·ed, adjective
Words nearby habiliment
How to use habiliment in a sentence
She even wished to refuse him:—but Beech Park, the equipage, the servants, the bridal habiliment.Camilla|Fanny Burney
I might here—if it so pleased me—dilate upon the matter of habiliment, and other mere circumstances of the external metaphysician.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|Edgar Allan Poe
Do you imagine,” cried his uncle, laying his hand gently on the reverend habiliment, “that this grows?Nature and Art|Mrs. Inchbald
They wear a veil, or mantle rather, of black stuff or silk, which head habiliment had been introduced by the Spaniards.The Eve of All-Hallows, v. 2 of 3|Matthew Weld Hartstonge
This most silly and unmeaning habiliment possesses neither dignity nor beauty to entitle it to public favour.