wearing apparel

NOUN
  1. clothing in general
    fastidious about his dress
    she was refined in her choice of apparel
    he always bought his clothes at the same store
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How To Use wearing apparel In A Sentence

  • The next chapter shifts focus to define the ‘morality’ of color, investigating practices like sumptuary legislation, intended to control wearing apparel and facilitate easy distinction of social classes in public places.
  • But for cattle and women lent [the return] is, their offspring: the highest encrease demandable for use of liquids [99] is eight-fold; for wearing apparel, for corn, and for gold, four-fold, three-fold and two-fold respectively. Hindu Law and Judicature from the Dharma-Sástra of Yájnavalkya
  • When they left the encampment they left behind them beds, wearing apparel and clothing of all kinds scattered around.
  • Articles of wearing apparel were done upon a soft fine muslin called mull, breadths of which were embroidered for skirts, lengths of it were scalloped and embroidered for flounces, and hand-lengths of it were done for the short waists and sleeves of the pretty Colonial gowns worn by our delicate ancestresses. The Development of Embroidery in America
  • The reality is that wearing apparel can be overcome with sweat in the gym running.
  • When it ripened it had to be pulled, cured, seeded, swingled, spun and woven, all by hand, before it was ready to be made into wearing apparel.
  • These four, either in their own form or else in combination with each other, such as merino, constitute most of our wearing apparel. The Art of Living in Australia
  • Practically the only extra items of wearing apparel which were carried were a few pairs of Eskimo sealskin _kamiks_ (boots), for it can readily be imagined that several hundred miles of such walking and stumbling over snow and ice would be rather hard on any kind of footgear which could be made. The North Pole Its Discovery in 1909 under the auspices of the Peary Arctic Club
  • And never any gift of jewelry or wearing apparel, not even gloves or handkerchiefs.
  • We find arsenic sometimes in other substances used in making articles of wearing apparel, usually in the form of arsenical pigments. January 2010
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