- Golden age of imperial splendor; purple tyrant; regal attire; treated with royal acclaim; the royal carriage of a stag's head.
- The parti-colored attire of a court jester.
- The old man was attired in a suit of glistening watered silk trimmed with steel buttons beautifully cut and polished.
- It was already thronged with the craftsmen and other plebeian inhabitants of the town in considerable numbers among whom likewise were many rough figures whose attire of deer-skins marked them as belonging to some of the forest settlements which surrounded the little metropolis of the colony.
- The lady was surpassingly beautiful while the rich magnificence of her attire drew all eyes upon her.
- Why art thou thus attired...
- You always wear formal attire to crime scenes strachey?
- "Had there been a papist among the crowd of puritans he might have seen in this beautiful woman so picturesque in her attire and mien and with the infant at her bosom an object to remind him of the image of divine maternity which so many illustrious painters have vied with one another to represent;"
- Her outlandish attire made her conspicuous in the crowd.
- He wore semiformal attire; a black-tie dinner.
- He was attired as he had been on the previous evening and waved his pocket-handkerchief to his guest in token of adieu.franz returned the salute by shaking his handkerchief as an exchange of signals.
- Nighttime attire; the cat's nighttime prowls.
- In the fight the australian kangaroo appears to reel backwards after receiving a right hook from its garishly attired opponent.
- At the aptly named royal palm hotel on grande bale a team of ladies attired in brilliantly coloured saris scrub the coconuts on the trees to a shine rake the sand vacuum palm leaves from the bottom of the pool and snip the grass into patterns with tiny shears.
- I sit stunned on an armchair in a posh suite of the berkeley hotel in knightsbridge-all wood-panelled walls and oil paintings of beautifully attired18th-centuryaristocrats-while the sofa opposite plays host to a parade of outlandish characters.