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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishattireat‧tire /əˈtaɪə $ əˈtaɪr/ noun [uncountable] formal  CLOTHESclothes business attire
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attireGentiles are often confused about proper behavior, gifts, and attire.He glanced uneasily at his own evening attire.Women use pieces of attire ... to reinscribe themselves in the patriarchal system ...Performing will be rockers Ash Black and Thrust, accompanied by the latest in rubbery attire provided by Hydra.But swimsuits are the attire of the brave and very slim.His attackers were beneath his notice, and their attire conveyed their ungoverned emotions, if not their ungovernable selves.Their attire was a mixture of the sombre and seaside wear.
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