habiliment, abiliment (n.) Old form(s): Habilliament
(usually plural) clothes, dress, attire, outfit
AC III.vi.17[Caesar to all, of Cleopatra] She / In th'habiliments of the goddess Isis
R2 I.iii.28[King Richard to Lord Marshal, of Bolingbroke] plated in habiliments of war
TG IV.i.13[Valentine to Outlaws] My riches are these poor habiliments
Tit V.ii.1[disguised Tamora to Chiron and Demetrius] in this strange and sad habiliment
TS IV.iii.166[Petruchio to Katherina] we will unto your father's / Even in these honest mean habiliments
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