garb (someone) in (something)

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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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Mawra looked ever-so-elegant garbed in a white Muse ensemble embellished with gold and silver sequins - perfect for the day time.
Cats garbed in Geli-Geli Kucing's 'baju raya' are pictured at Faizulniza's shop in Taiping June 9, 2018.
Haruko smashes the humanoid robot with her guitar and reprograms it; the next time we see Canti (the robot's name), it is garbed in an apron cooking breakfast for Naota's father.
Morris divides his dancers into two color-coded groups, garbed in Martin Pakledinaz's unflattering blue smocks and his mint-green tank tops and trousers, and you think this will be a visual demonstration of thematic development.
They are of primal man, garbed in animal skins and helmets, caught in strange static moments of shock, blindness, and/or despair.
Garbed in their boots and cutoff shorts, the men exhibit enough male pulchritude to sets hearts aflutter.
Anonymously garbed in black, they would their bare arms, like restless vines, around their heads.