Cap-a-pie



from head to foot.
Historical Examples

A Captain in the Ranks George Cary Eggleston
Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada Washington Irving
Yolanda: Maid of Burgundy Charles Major
Voltaire’s Romances Franois-Marie Arouet
The Brother Clerks Xariffa

adverb
(dressed, armed, etc) from head to foot
adj.

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