Definition of Attirings

1. attiring [n] - See also: attiring



Lexicographical Neighbors of Attirings

attics
attiguous
attiguousness
attilas
attinge
attinged
attinging
attire
attired
attirement
attirements
attirer
attirers
attires
attiring
attirings
attitude
attitude-y
attitude indicator
attitude of health personnel
attitude to computers
attitude to death
attitude to health
attituded
attitudes
attitudey
attitudinal
attitudinal reflexes
attitudinally
attitudinarian

Literary usage of Attirings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Ordinary of Arms Contained in the Public Register of All Arms and by James Balfour Paul (1893)
"Az. a bend or between three stags' heads erased arg., "with attirings of gold," and as many cross ..."

2. The Amulet, Or Christian and Literary Remembrancer by Samuel Carter Hall (1827)
"... or rather loop-hole, heaped up in a most picturesque attitude of disorder, lay a score or two of rusty helmets; their grim attirings mostly ..."

3. Publications of the Spenser Society by Spenser Society (1888)
"... Putting her rich gems and attirings on, Fitter then this about vs was there none ; Heere fet they downe this poore ..."

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