accoutrement (n.) Old form(s): accustrement
formal embellishment, special trappings
KJ I.i.211[Bastard alone, of himself] not alone in habit and device, / Exterior form, outward accoutrement
MW IV.ii.4[Falstaff to Mistress Ford, of repaying her] not only ... in the simple office of love, but in all the accoutrement, complement, and ceremony of it
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