accoutrements

Clobber vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

clobber | accoutrements | Related terms |

Clobber is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between clobber and accoutrements

is that clobber is (uk|australia|slang) clothing while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

As a verb clobber

is (slang) to hit or bash severely; to seriously harm or damage.

Accoutrements vs Outfit - What's the difference?

accoutrements | outfit | Related terms |


As nouns the difference between accoutrements and outfit

is that accoutrements is plural of lang=en while outfit is a set of clothing (with accessories).

As a verb outfit is

to provide with, usually for a specific purpose.

Garments vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

garments | accoutrements | Related terms |

Garments is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between garments and accoutrements

is that garments is while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

Accoutrements vs Belongings - What's the difference?

accoutrements | belongings | Related terms |


As nouns the difference between accoutrements and belongings

is that accoutrements is plural of lang=en while belongings is plural of lang=en; possessions or personal items.

Uniform vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

uniform | accoutrements | Related terms |

Uniform is a related term of accoutrements.


As a symbol uniform

is the letter u in the icao spelling alphabet.

As a noun accoutrements is

(more common in the plural).

Togs vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

togs | accoutrements | Related terms |

Togs is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between togs and accoutrements

is that togs is while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

As a verb togs

is (tog).

Garment vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

garment | accoutrements | Related terms |

Garment is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between garment and accoutrements

is that garment is a single item of clothing while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

Accoutrements vs Effects - What's the difference?

accoutrements | effects | Related terms |

Accoutrements is a related term of effects.


As nouns the difference between accoutrements and effects

is that accoutrements is (more common in the plural) while effects is .

As a verb effects is

(effect).

Vesture vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

vesture | accoutrements | Related terms |

Vesture is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between vesture and accoutrements

is that vesture is a covering of or like clothing while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

As a verb vesture

is (archaic) to clothe.

Dress vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

dress | accoutrements | Related terms |

Dress is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between dress and accoutrements

is that dress is (countable) an item of clothing (usually worn by a woman or young girl) which both covers the upper part of the body and includes skirts below the waist while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

As a verb dress

is (obsolete|reflexive|intransitive) to prepare oneself; to make ready.

Pages