outfitted

[ UK /ˈa‍ʊtfɪtɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈaʊtˌfɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. furnished with essential equipment for a particular occupation or undertaking occupation
    a well outfitted expedition to the South Pole
  2. equipped with appropriate wearing apparel and accessories
    children properly outfitted for school
    equipt in the...national dress of the Scottish people
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How To Use outfitted In A Sentence

  • The work zones are all outfitted with the same furnishings.
  • Eating in means busing your tray to a windowless back room outfitted with children's school chairs and communal tables pushed up against sponge-painted walls.
  • More happily, the "stolen children"—a narrative element Ms. Tharp devised to give her take on MacDonald's tale further dance opportunities—are outfitted winningly in togs that might be off the rack of a local boutique. The Kids Are All Right
  • The fishing is catch-and-release, and the young anglers are outfitted with cane poles and spincast outfits rigged with bobbers and hooks.
  • A third promising avenue of research is the emerging field of bionics: In the last two years, 26 people in the U.S. and Europe have been outfitted with new prosthetic devices designed to restore their vision.
  • Fluorescence is detected using an emission path image splitter, outfitted with polarizers, that detects the donor fluorescence as well as two polarizations of the acceptor fluorescence.
  • It was a force to be proud of: the unit was outfitted with state of the art weaponry, and each had a shield strapped on his back.
  • The theater also contains a full fly tower and is outfitted with a control suite, catwalks, spotlights, and an orchestra pit.
  • Mostly these competitors were corporate-funded, multi-engine aircraft, and they tended toward the luxurious: A Sikorski trimotor was outfitted with a meal of roast Long Island duck, to be consumed upon arrival in Paris. A Race Across the Pond
  • High Schools of the day offered some pretty good metal working programs in classrooms outfitted with lathes, milling machines and shapers.
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