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Spell check of apparel

Correct spelling: apparel

rags, burnoose, adorn, habilitate, topcoat, sweater, equip, coiffe, corset, dress, t-shirt, snip, vestiary, array, evening gown, lop, stockings, hat, Stetson, dressing gown, blue jeans, footgear, shawl, pull-over, scarf, drape, decorate, smoking jacket, prune, panties, shorts, mackintosh, sports coat, duds, vestments, fit out, robe, ensemble, preen, do, cape, coat, kilt, clothing, garments, pajamas, gown, wearables, chemise, sweat suit, get dressed, garnish, v-neck, article of clothing, caftan, clip, outfit, petticoat, habit, shirt, poncho, tuxedo, doublet, turtle-neck, wear, ulster, halter, bowler, dud, put on, dinner jacket, fedora, line up, vestment, jumper, habiliment, dress out, raiment, skirt, thread, get-up, bathrobe, headdress, toggery, chapeau, vesture, pinafore, shoes, kimono, attire, suit, cloak, homburg, greatcoat, frock, gear, trench coat, wrap, cut back, brassiere, slacks, pyjamas, primp, weeds, costumery, sarong, wrapper, tunic, coiffure, arrange, rig, pants, garb, pillbox, threads, groom, robes, tog, trousers, crinoline, clothe, beret, trim, raincoat, crop, sari, Afghan, housecoat, fit, plume, costume, nightgown, fez, pea coat, bonnet, boot, wearing apparel, windbreaker, jacket, overcoat, clothes, togs, curry, coif, clobber, fur, garment, blazer, dress up, parka, slicker, enclothe, set, blouse, invest, trimming, smock, sweat shirt, camisole, Jersey, uniform, rigging.

dishabille, peel, exposure, discase, nudity, bareness, nakedness, disarray, uncase, undress, strip down, strip, disrobe, unclothe.

Examples of usage:

1) When he saw his child surrounded by the apparel of death he dropped silently on his knees, and pressed his forehead on her folded hands. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

2) He felt sure more splendid apparel set off his dark beauty to greater advantage; and yet he was equally sure that more splendid apparel would not- on this occasion- be as suitable. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.

3) At sight of Cherami, whom he recognized at once, although his apparel was greatly improved, Monsieur Grandcourt frowned. - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.