equipage

noun
eq·ui·page | \ˈe-kwə-pij \

Definition of equipage 

1a : material or articles used in equipment : outfit

b archaic

(1) : a set of small articles (as for table service)

(2) : etui

c : trappings

2 archaic : retinue

3 : a horse-drawn carriage with its servants also : such a carriage alone

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Synonyms

carriage, rig

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Examples of equipage in a Sentence

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

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Today, Queen Elizabeth sat alone in an equipage; her husband Prince Philip did not attend after recently undergoing hip surgery. Caroline Picard, Good Housekeeping, "Why Prince William Didn't Sit With Kate Middleton During Trooping the Colour," 10 June 2018 Mercer’s influences are crystal clear in this work, which is dripping with drama and difficult equipage (the dancers literally toss heavy wooden chairs across the stage). Lauren Warnecke, chicagotribune.com, "With group works, jumps and kicks, Giordano Dance Chicago proves it's jazz dance royalty," 25 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of equipage

1573, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

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The first known use of equipage was in 1573

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