garb in

garb (someone) in (something)

To dress someone in something in particular. On behalf of all your bridesmaids, you better not garb us in anything hideous for your wedding. It was pouring rain, so I garbed the kids in their raincoats and galoshes.
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garb someone in something

to dress someone in something. He hoped that someday he wouldn't have to garb his children in rags. She garbed herself in her finest clothes and got ready to meet her husband's family.
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State law prohibits Pennsylvania's government school teachers and certain other professional school employees from wearing religious garb in the classroom.
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Church law states simply that clerics are to wear suitable ecclesiastical garb in accord with norms of the Bishops' Conference and local customs.