attire

Attire vs Getup - What's the difference?

attire | getup |


As a verb attire

is .

As a noun getup is

(chiefly|us|informal) a costume or outfit, especially one that is ostentatious or otherwise unusual.

Attire vs Fabric - What's the difference?

attire | fabric |


As a verb attire

is .

As a noun fabric is

(archaic) structure, building.

Dressing vs Attire - What's the difference?

dressing | attire |


As verbs the difference between dressing and attire

is that dressing is while attire is .

As a noun dressing

is (medicine) material applied to a wound for protection or therapy.

Attire vs Accessory - What's the difference?

attire | accessory |


As a verb attire

is .

As an adjective accessory is

having a secondary, supplementary or subordinate function by accompanying as a subordinate; aiding in a secondary way; being additional; being connected as an incident or subordinate to a principal; contributing or being contributory said of persons and things, and, when of persons, usually in a bad sense; as, he was accessory'' to the riot; ''accessory sounds in music.

As a noun accessory is

something that belongs to part of another main thing; something additional and subordinate, an attachment.

Apparels vs Attire - What's the difference?

apparels | attire |


As verbs the difference between apparels and attire

is that apparels is (apparel) while attire is .

Attire vs Trim - What's the difference?

attire | trim | Related terms |

Attire is a related term of trim.


As verbs the difference between attire and trim

is that attire is while trim is to reduce slightly; to cut; especially, to remove excess; eg 'trim a hedge', 'trim a beard' the adposition of can be used in present perfect tense to designate the removed part.

As a noun trim is

(uncountable) decoration; especially, decoration placed along edges or borders.

As an adjective trim is

physically fit.

As an adverb trim is

(nautical) in good order, properly managed or maintained.

Attire vs Deck - What's the difference?

attire | deck | Related terms |

Attire is a related term of deck.


As a verb attire

is .

As an adjective deck is

thick.

Attire vs Rig - What's the difference?

attire | rig | Related terms |

Attire is a related term of rig.


As verbs the difference between attire and rig

is that attire is while rig is to fit out with a harness or other equipment.

As a noun rig is

(slang|nautical) the rigging of a sailing ship or other such craft or rig can be (uk|scotland|dialect) a ridge or rig can be (obsolete) a wanton; one given to unbecoming conduct.

Attire vs Grooming - What's the difference?

attire | grooming |


As verbs the difference between attire and grooming

is that attire is while grooming is .

As a noun grooming is

care for one's personal appearance, hygiene, and clothing.

Appear vs Attire - What's the difference?

appear | attire |


As verbs the difference between appear and attire

is that appear is (label) to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visible while attire is .

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