[ US /ˈaʊtˌfɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ˈa‍ʊtfɪtɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of renovating and fitting out a ship
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How To Use outfitting In A Sentence

  • After college, Dawn spent 18 years working at a local formalwear company, outfitting everyone from bridegrooms to high school madrigal singers. Shop owner overwhelmed by community support during hard times
  • I'm outfitting the island with geodetic equipment," Rex said. MINUTES TO BURN
  • Fuel depots, ship outfitting and material processing in halo orbits around Earth-Moon L1 places it at the top of our gravity well with easy access to everywhere. NAS Seeks Public Input on Space Goals - NASA Watch
  • Delivering those fuel cells, the likes of which will also power towers 1 and 2, was a key step in outfitting the buildings with the energy-efficient technology that developers Silverstein Properties Inc. and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will be touting as they face the daunting task of filling millions of square feet of new off ice space. WTC Taps Fuel Cells
  • Sakharov, one of the physicists who led the Soviet nuclear-arms program, had contributed to the successful detonation of RDS-1 outside Semipalatinsk in 1949 while Kalashnikov was involved in outfitting the gun works in Izhevsk. The Gun
  • West hasn't netted a whale or dolphin since he spent $1,700 outfitting his mile-long net with 41 of the alarms.
  • When it comes to outfitting ladies with the right rig, sometimes it's not so much the holster as the belt.
  • They had finished outfitting and welding, just wanted to be launched and take on some shipping containers that had come in from Germany. CORMORANT
  • We're looking for the long-term outfitting of the station, making sure that ISS is ready for the long haul and has the longest life capability possible," said mission commander Charlie Hobaugh in a preflight news conference. FOXNews.com
  • In that brief video, Howard addresses his audience directly in what he calls a demonstration of sincerity, outfitting himself (complete with wigs) as the characters he grew up playing on TV: Opie and Richie. Colorado Springs Independent
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