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attired

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishattiredat‧tired /əˈtaɪrəd $ əˈtaɪrd/ adjective [not before noun] formal  WEAR CLOTHESdressed in a particular way He arrived suitably attired in a dark dinner suit.
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attiredSean was properly attired in coat and tie.suitably attiredPresent-day runners, whether amateur or professional, are more suitably attired in vest and shorts and well-trained.It was another dull day, but, suitably attired, she later went by taxi up to the house.
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