clothe (someone/oneself) in (something)

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clothe (someone/oneself) in (something)

To dress someone or oneself in something She clothes her newborn in the cutest outfits. I clothed myself in a beautiful gown for the gala.
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clothe someone in something

to dress someone in something. She clothed her children in the finest garments. He clothed himself in his tuxedo for the wedding.
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FEW high street stores sell size zero clothes in their main ranges, although some may be found in petites.
45) But the thrill of the experience sprang from its fleetingness and from the asymmetry of the game: the emissaries wore Japanese-styled clothes in public settings, her son dressed up in similar robes within a private space; whereas the former would be seen by many, her son would be seen by a select few.