verb (used with object), out·fit·ted, out·fit·ting.
verb (used without object), out·fit·ted, out·fit·ting.
- outfit car,
Origin of outfit
Examples from the Web for outfit
They let us get ahead of the outfit, then the rest of the guys came in.The Story Behind Lee Marvin’s Liberty Valance Smile|Robert Ward|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Style-wise, there has perhaps been just one outfit that could be described as a miss since Kate returned to active service.
The outfit was listed as a "hate group" by the Southern Poverty Law Center in 2010.Christian Radio Host Says Obama Politicized MH17 to Normalize ‘Sexual Deviancy’|Olivia Nuzzi|July 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For everyone else, the unremitting stream of appearances, outfit changes, photo shoots and flights soon becomes wearisome.Inside ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’: The Reality Star’s Aspirational App and Vainest Project Yet|Frances McInnis|June 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A photographer snaps away as Johnson changes from outfit to outfit.The Fabulous Life of EJ Johnson, the Stylish Son of the Lakers Legend|Itay Hod|June 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The despatch of the Salonika force and their outfit are absorbing all my energies.Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2|Ian Hamilton
Madam Wetherill was very generous with her outfit, though she began to feel the pinch of straitened means.A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia|Amanda Minnie Douglas
A store house in which was kept the bulk of the outfit and the furs gathered.Canadian Wilds|Martin Hunter
Now and again portages were made, but the outfit was light and these occasioned small delay.The Wilderness Castaways|Dillon Wallace
It is far and away more compact, more ingeniously contrived, and grander than our English outfit.A Journal from Japan|Marie Carmichael Stopes
verb -fits, -fitting or -fitted
1769, "act of fitting out (a ship, etc.) for an expedition," from out + fit (v.). Sense of "articles and equipment required for an expedition" first attested 1787, American English; meaning "a person's clothes" is first recorded 1852; sense of "group of people" is from 1883.
1840, from outfit (n.). Related: Outfitted; outfitting; outfitter.