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Definitions of accoutre in various dictionaries:
verb - provide with military equipment
verb - to provide with whatever is needed
ACCOUTRE - Accoutrements are the personal/individual equipment of service people such as soldiers, sailors, police and firemen and employees of some private org...
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|To furnish with dress, or equipment, especially those for military service to equip to attire to array.|
|clothe or equip in something noticeable or impressive.|
|provide with military equipment|
|Clothe or equip in something noticeable or impressive.|
|Accoutre might refer to|
|Accoutrements are the personal/individual equipment of service people such as soldiers, sailors, police and firemen and employees of some private organizations such as security guards, other than their basic uniform and weapons.Accoutrements can be intended for field, garrison or ceremonial purposes. Most accoutrements for field use are purely practical in nature.|
* Ceremonial accoutrements may no longer have a practical purpose in modern operations but may be retained to maintain a tradition. Garrison accoutrements will vary in their usefulness and include both practical and ceremonial/traditional items.
* Some accoutrements such as lanyards, have both a traditional/ceremonial and a practical purpose. In these cases a different item may be worn in garrison or ceremonial occasions than that used in the field. For example, in the Australian army different corps and units wear different coloured lanyards for service or ceremonial dress, but universally use drab natural fibre coloured lanyards for pistol retention in the field.