reclothe

verb
re·​clothe | \(ˌ)rē-ˈklōt͟h \
reclothed; reclothing; reclothes

Definition of reclothe 

transitive verb

: to clothe (someone or something) again reclothed her dolls He lit another cigarette as he put on his underpants and began to reclothe himself more fully.— A. N. Wilson

First Known Use of reclothe

circa 1513, in the meaning defined above

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reclusion

reclusive

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The first known use of reclothe was circa 1513

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