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trick out

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(tr, adverb) to dress up; deck outtricked out in frilly dresses

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trick out

Ornament or adorn, especially ostentatiously or garishly, as in She was all tricked out in beads and fringe and what-have-you. This term uses trick in the sense of “dress up” or “decorate,” a usage dating from about 1500. [Early 1700s]

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