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accouter (uh KOO tuhr), accoutre (uh KOO truh) (verb), accouters, accoutres; accoutered, accoutred; accoutering, accoutreing
1. In a general sense, to dress; to equip, but appropriately, to array in a military uniform and weapon: For the costume party in the evening, the two friends accoutered themselves as knights of the 16th century.
2. To equip and to outfit the body for military service: When Robert entered the service with the army, he had to accouter himself with his new uniform before the first roll call.
3. Etymology: from Old French accustrer, "to arrange, to equip"; from Latin a-, "to" + coustrer. "to sew".
To equip someone with an outfit for military service.
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