trim (n.) Old form(s): trimme
trappings, equipment, outfit
1H4 IV.i.113[Hotspur to all, of the King's army] They come like sacrifices in their trim
AC IV.iv.22[Soldier to Antony] A thousand ... have on their riveted trim [i.e. armour]
Cor I.ix.61[Cominius to all, of Martius] My noble steed ... I give him, / With all his trim belonging [i.e. the trappings that go with it]
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