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garb

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
garbgarb /ɡɑːb $ ɡɑːrb/ noun [uncountable]  formalDC a particular style of clothing, especially clothes that show your type of work or look unusual priestly garb
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garbThat is why, years later, he adopted the loincloth as his garb.The objective was to determine how well the improved garb will keep the astronauts warm.Objections have arisen to Catholic nuns teaching in religious garb.Most are wearing this strange garb with patterns that look somewhat like a zebra.green surgical garbEven if his beloved wife could speak to RoboCop, she would no longer recognize the man in all that garb.He was dressed in the garb of a Catholic priest and he bore an uncanny resemblance to the now legendary Spencer Tracy.He was dressed in the garb of a typical construct worker, so that anybody he passed would take him for such.The registered Republicans of Arizona responded to all those front page pictures of Pat Buchanan in western garb.
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