trim (v.) Old form(s): trim'd
dress, attire, make [oneself] ready
Per I.iv.27[Cleon to Dionyza, of the people] Like one another's glass to trim them by [i.e. as if each one was a mirror to help the other dress]
TG IV.iv.158[disguised Julia to Silvia] I was trimmed in Madam Julia's gown
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