Etymology

1. ecclesiastical

adjective. ['ˌɛˌkliːziːˈæstɪkəl'] of or associated with a church (especially a Christian Church).

Etymology

  • -al (English)
  • ecclesiastic (English)
  • ecclesia (Latin)

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2. attire

noun. ['əˈtaɪɝ'] clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion.

Synonyms

  • evening dress
  • wear
  • finery
  • dress
  • athletic wear
  • ecclesiastical attire
  • ecclesiastical robe
  • evening clothes
  • formalwear
  • turnout
  • activewear
  • vesture
  • getup
  • eveningwear
  • false hair
  • sportswear
  • garb
  • riding habit
  • article of clothing
  • hairpiece
  • clothing
  • outfit
  • costume
  • disguise
  • ao dai
  • habiliment
  • wearable
  • morning dress
  • rig
  • postiche

Antonyms

  • refresh
  • slip off
  • lack
  • overdress

Etymology

  • atirier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. attire

verb. ['əˈtaɪɝ'] put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive.

Synonyms

  • deck up
  • get dressed
  • trick up
  • gussy up
  • fancy up
  • dress
  • tog up
  • prank
  • bedizen
  • primp
  • plume
  • overdress
  • trick out
  • enrobe
  • tog out
  • rig out
  • deck out
  • dizen
  • get up
  • fig up
  • prink
  • costume
  • tart up
  • dress up
  • preen

Antonyms

  • dress down
  • undress
  • stay
  • dress up

Etymology

  • atirier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
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