Reclad



[klohth] /kloʊð/

verb (used with object), clothed or clad, clothing.
1.
to dress; attire.
2.
to provide with .
3.
to cover with or as with .
/kləʊð/
verb (transitive) clothes, clothing, clothed, clad
1.
to dress or attire (a person)
2.
to provide with clothing or covering
3.
to conceal or disguise
4.
to endow or invest
v.

Old English claðian, from claþ (see cloth). Related: Clothed, clothing. Other Old English words for this were scrydan and gewædian.

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