Definition for AT-TIRE

AT-TIRE, v.t. [Norm. attyrer, to provide; Fr. atours, dress, attire; atourner, to dress a bride, to attire; atourneresse, a tire woman; Arm. atourm, female ornaments; G. zieren, to adorn. We retain tire, the simple word, applied to the band of a wheel, and this word, in the D. toer, coincides with tour. See Class Dr.]

To dress; to array; to adorn with elegant or splendid garment. With the linen miter shall Aaron be attired. Lev. xvi.

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