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 outfitter
One outfitter found a camp in timber—a Nichols camp, with a fresh three-rock campfire.
He looked as if he had emerged immaculate from the outfitter's boudoir, an achievement the pride of Bond Street.The Ghost|Arnold Bennett
Any seamstress who can cut and make an ordinary work shirt can make an adickey if your outfitter cannot supply it.Packing and Portaging|Dillon Wallace
If your outfitter does not know of it, tell him it is made at San José, California.Camp and Trail|Stewart Edward White
noun mainly British
verb -fits, -fitting or -fitted
1840, from outfit (n.). Related: Outfitted; outfitting; outfitter.
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.