equipage

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noun eq·ui·page \ ˈe-kwə-pij \

Definition of equipage

1 a :material or articles used in equipment :outfit
b archaic
(1) :a set of small articles (as for table service)
(2) :etui
2 archaic :retinue
3 :a horse-drawn carriage with its servants; also :such a carriage alone

Examples of equipage in a Sentence

  1. for their old-fashioned wedding, the couple arrived at the church in a Victorian-era equipage, complete with costumed driver

First Known Use of equipage

1573


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