Apparel - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
APPAR'EL, n. [L. paro, apparo, to prepare; Heb. bara]
1. Clothing; vesture; garments; dress.
2. External habiliments or decorations; appearance; as, religion appears in the natural apparel of simplicity.
Glorious in apparel. Isa 63.
3. The furniture of a ship, as sails, rigging, anchors, _c.
1. To dress or clothe.
They who are gorgeously appareled are in kings court.
2. To adorn with dress.
She did apparel her apparel.
3. To dress with external ornaments; to cover with something ornamental; to cover, as with garments; as, trees appareled with flowers; or a garden with verdure.
4. To furnish with external apparatus; as ships appareled for sea.