It's necessary to accouter before leaving the house. From LearnThat.org.
Granted, they should give it a more dignified name and accouter it better. From Wordnik.com. [The return of the Sedia Gestatoria?] Reference
His old garments and accouter-ments he had tied up in a bundle, which he carried by a sling over one shoulder. From Wordnik.com. [Conan Of The Isles]
Had the circumstances been happier, Ada thought, this would have been like the hair contest, a game of dress-up against which they might wager to see who could accouter herself most convincing as a man. From Wordnik.com. [Cold Mountain]
One who pleads the cause of another, as in a legal or ecclesiastical court. accouter v. To dress. aerial adj. From Wordnik.com. [Recently Uploaded Slideshows] Reference
Her "Primrose" accouter, a unmistakeable patterned, sailing -- necked miniequip was charming, but less so the be zoologicals she subjected to the catwalk in the distinction of uncultured rights. From Wordnik.com. [The Oregon Catalyst] Reference
NTG and I looked at accouter and said "Ian, we are proud of you. From Wordnik.com. [AnimeBlogger.net Antenna] Reference
But Marcius, having a more passionate inclination than any of that age for feats of war, began from his very childhood to handle arms; and feeling that adventitious implements and artificial arms would be of small use to such as have not their natural weapons well prepared for services, he so exercised and inured his body to all sorts of activity and accouter, that, besides the lightness of a racer, he had a weight in close seizures and wrestlings with an enemy, from which it was hard for anybody to disengage himself; so that his competitors at home in displays of bravery, loath to own themselves inferior in that respect, were wont to ascribe their deficiencies to his strength of body, which they said no resistance and no fatigue could exhaust. From Wordnik.com. [The Boys' and Girls' Plutarch; being parts of the "Lives" of Plutarch, edited for boys and girls] Reference
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