HyperDic: clad

English > 2 senses of the word clad:
ADJECTIVEallclad, clothedwearing or provided with clothing
allcladhaving an outer covering especially of thin metal
clad > pronunciation
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English > clad: 2 senses > adjective 1
MeaningWearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination.
  • "nurses clad in white"
  • "white-clad nurses"
Narrowerappareled, attired, dressed, garbed, garmented, habilimented, robedDressed or clothed especially in fine attire
arrayed, panopliedIn ceremonial attire and paraphernalia
breeched, pantalooned, trouseredDressed in trousers
bundled-upDressed warmly
caparisonedclothed in finery (especially a horse in ornamental trappings)
cassockedDressed in a cassock
coatedHaving or dressed in a coat / coat / coat
costumedDressed in clothing characteristic of a period, country, or class
cowledHaving the head enclosed in a cowl or hood
dightedDressed or adorned (as for battle)
dressed, dressed-up, dressed to the nines, dressed to kill, dolled up, spruced up, spiffed up, togged upDressed in fancy or formal clothing
gownedWearing a gown
habitedDressed in a habit
heavy-coatedWearing a heavy coat
overdressedDressed too elaborately
petticoatedWearing or furnished with a petticoat
red-coated, lobster-backedUsed of British soldiers during the American Revolutionary War because of their red coats
suitedoutfitted or supplied with clothing
surplicedWearing a surplice
toggedDressed especially in smart clothes
turned outDressed well or smartly
tuxedoedDressed in a tuxedo
underdressedinadequately or too informally clothed
uniformedDressed in a uniform
vestmentedDressed in ceremonial garments especially clerical vestment
See alsoadorned, decoratedProvided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
Oppositeunclothednot wearing clothing
Spanishcubierto, vestido
Catalancobert, vestit
English > clad: 2 senses > adjective 2
MeaningHaving an outer covering especially of thin metal.
  • "steel-clad "
  • "armor-clad"
Broadersheathedenclosed in a protective ... / protective covering

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