attire (someone or oneself) in (something)

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attire (someone or oneself) in (something)

To clothe in something. I attired myself in a beautiful gown for the gala. She attires her newborn in the cutest clothes.
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attire someone in something

to dress someone in something. The mother attired her children in new, clean clothes. She attired herself in her finest garments.
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References in classic literature ?
Men with calloused hands and attired in garments that showed the wear of an endless trudge for a living, smoked their pipes contentedly and spent five, ten, or perhaps fifteen cents for beer.
She divulged the fact that she was attired in some half dozen skirts.
le Cure, attired in his handsome chasuble and walking under a canopy of red velvet supported by four men.
On foreign visits our prime minister is properly attired in our national dress but at home he normally appears in casual wears.
During this period Whig aristocrats modestly attired in their three-piece suits utilized old ideas of hierarchy.
Their singing is accompanied by the frenetic dancing of the Safari Sisters, attired in bright yellow-and-black jackets and wearing black boots.