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Military uniform, especially that of a particular regiment.
uniform, costume, ensemble, outfit, suit, livery, attire, clothes, clothing, garments, dress, garb, accoutrements, regalia, finery, trappings, disguiseView synonyms
- ‘The smaller of the two, acquired by the Clark in 1999, and believed to be the first executed, is a head and chest view of the count in full regimentals, sword-hilt visible, with impressive epaulettes, and a cluster of medals.’
- ‘Let's suppose Arthur, having been brought back in time, had addressed the court with remorseful demeanour, clad in his regimentals.’
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