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accoutrements

Apparel vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

apparel | accoutrements | Related terms |

Apparel is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between apparel and accoutrements

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

As a verb apparel

is to furnish with apparatus; to equip; to fit out.

Robe vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

robe | accoutrements | Related terms |

Robe is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between robe and accoutrements

is that robe is a long, formal dress worn only on special occasions while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

Furniture vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

furniture | accoutrements | Related terms |

Furniture is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between furniture and accoutrements

is that furniture is large movable item(s), usually in a room, which enhance(s) the room's characteristics, functionally or decoratively while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

Equipment vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

equipment | accoutrements | Related terms |

Equipment is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between equipment and accoutrements

is that equipment is the act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

Accoutrements vs Equipage - What's the difference?

accoutrements | equipage | Related terms |


As nouns the difference between accoutrements and equipage

is that accoutrements is plural of lang=en while equipage is equipment or supplies, especially military ones.

Baggage vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

baggage | accoutrements | Synonyms |

Baggage is a synonym of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between baggage and accoutrements

is that baggage is (usually|uncountable) luggage; traveling equipment while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

Livery vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

livery | accoutrements | Related terms |

Livery is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between livery and accoutrements

is that livery is any distinctive identifying uniform worn by a group, such as the uniform worn by chauffeurs and male servants while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

As a verb livery

is (archaic) to clothe.

Habit vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

habit | accoutrements | Related terms |

Habit is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between habit and accoutrements

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

Duds vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

duds | accoutrements | Related terms |

Duds is a related term of accoutrements.


As nouns the difference between duds and accoutrements

is that duds is (new england|british|dated) clothing, especially for work or of rough appearance while accoutrements is (more common in the plural).

Apparatus vs Accoutrements - What's the difference?

apparatus | accoutrements | Related terms |


As nouns the difference between apparatus and accoutrements

is that apparatus is the entirety of means whereby a specific production is made existent or task accomplished while accoutrements is plural of lang=en.

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