A*guise" (#), n.

Dress.

[Obs.]

Dr. H. More.

 

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A*guise", v. t. [Pref a- + guise.]

To dress; to attire; to adorn.

[Obs.]

Above all knights ye goodly seem aguised. Spenser.

 

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