clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion;
put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive;
"She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera"
"The young girls were all fancied up for the party"
- They imposed through their magnifcent attire.
- Her attention was attracted by his peculiar attire.
- The boys and girls go to the dance in elegant attire, and dance away the evening to the music of a live band.
- During the long-held tradition of Las Fallas, many participants don medieval attire.
- Nor was he dressed himself like a bridegroom, but in strange disordered attire.
- Her eyes, however, betrayed that perfect confidence which contradicted the girlish simplicity of this modest attire.
And do you now put on your best attire? And do you now cull out a holiday?出自：Julius Caesar , Shakespeare
Her attire of subdued mourning indicated widowhood.出自： G. Gissing
He had eaten, dressedsnot in English clothes but in his normal Hindu attire.出自： V. S. Naipaul
Earth in her rich attire Consummate lovly smil'd.出自： fig.
His shoulders large a mantle did attire.出自： Dryden
I was..attired as a Sahib.出自： R. Kipling
Nattily attired in the correct town-dress of a gentleman of fashion.出自： G. Heyer
The rose and the apple blossom are both beautiful, and the plants that bear them are most engagingly attired.出自： fig.
- dress 服装
- garb 打扮
- clothes 服装
- apparel 衣服
- clothing (总称)衣服
- array 一系列
- adorn 装饰
- outfit 配备
- wear 磨损
- costume 服装
- wardrobe 衣橱，衣柜
- robe 长袍
- guise 装束
- clothe 穿上
- vest 背心
- trick out 装饰
- fig out 打扮, 穿上盛装...
- get up 起床
- rig out 装扮
- trick up 装饰
- overdress （使）过度打扮...
- fig up 打扮, 使马跑快...
- fancy up 装饰
- prink 化妆
- dress up 穿上盛装
- deck up 装饰
- deck out 打扮
- gussy up 精心打扮