[ uh-koo-tr-muhnts ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
Mid 16th century; French from French accoustrement (Modern French accoutrement), from accoustrer, from Old French acostrer "arrange, dispose, put on (clothing)," probably originally "sew up"
  • accessories
  • gear
  • outfit
  • trappings
equipment worn by soldiers in addition to their clothing and weapons
The warrior left for the battle without his accoutrements.
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