[ US /əˈkutɝmənt/ ]
[ UK /ɐkˈuːtɹɪmənt/ ]
  1. clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing
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How To Use accoutrement In A Sentence

  • I had visions of quiffs and highlights and all manner of strange accoutrements being used to make me look like a complete twat.
  • Just like the rock art, Pharaonic Egyptian art emphasises the clothing and accoutrements rather than the physical features.
  • And speaking of toys of a sexual nature, we also asked what kind of accoutrements we might find in the drawer of your bedside table. Portland Mercury
  • The implicit message of these strategies is that music is an accoutrement to the liturgy, an embellishment, a soundtrack that should pick up on messages and themes and capture some kind of mood, lesson, or sensibility. Laetare Sunday is a real thing
  • How did they cope in the'bad old days' without all the modern accoutrements of industrial life? Times, Sunday Times
  • We toured the city and marvelled at the specialist shops that occupied specific streets; one street specialised in supplies for chapel selling vestments, candles and other religious accoutrements.
  • They do it cheerfully, and, strange to say, are as careful not to be "hived" as the cadet whose accoutrements they are cleaning. Henry Ossian Flipper The Colored Cadet at West Point
  • What we know is that the ejectees say they were removed by men whose dress, accoutrement and bearing appeared to them be those of Secret Service agents.
  • Fine kid leather gloves often appear among the accoutrements of fashionable ladies.
  • They are notable for their realism: masks are depicted in fine detail and as part of total ensembles, with all the props and accoutrements, not as disembodied head pieces sold to tourists.
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