vestiary

noun
ves·ti·ary | \ ˈve-stē-ˌer-ē , ˈvesh-chē- \

Definition of vestiary 

1 : a room where clothing is kept

Examples of vestiary in a Sentence

in Gainsborough's paintings women are almost always portrayed in a varicolored vestiary of satin and silk

First Known Use of vestiary

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for vestiary

Middle English vestiarie, from Latin vestiarium — more at vestry

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