apparel (v.) Old form(s): apparel'd , Apparell , apparell'd , Apparraled , apparrell , apparrell'd
clothe, dress up, trick out
1H6 II.iv.22[Somerset to Richard, of the truth of his argument] on my side it is so well apparalled ... / That it will glimmer through a blind man's eye
2H6 IV.ii.69[Cade to all, of his people when he is king] I will apparel them all in one livery
CE III.ii.12[Luciana to Antipholus of Syracuse] Apparel vice like virtue's harbinger
E3 II.i.411[Warwick to Countess] Thus have I ... / Apparelled sin in virtuous sentences
MA IV.i.225[Friar to Leonato, of Hero] every lovely organ of her life / Shall come apparelled in more precious habit
Per I.i.13[Pericles to Antiochus, of Antiochus' daughter] See where she comes, apparelled like the spring
TS III.ii.89[Tranio as Lucentio to Petruchio] Not so well apparelled as I wish you were
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