Accouterment vs. Accoutrement - What's the difference?

Wiktionary

  • Accouterment (noun)

    The act of accoutering.

  • Accouterment (noun)

    An article of clothing or equipment, in particular when used as an accessory.

  • Accouterment (noun)

    apparatus needed for a task or journey.

  • Accouterment (noun)

    Equipment other than weapons and uniform.

  • Accouterment (noun)

    trappings.

  • Accouterment (noun)

    An identifying yet superficial characteristic.

  • Accoutrement (noun)

    The act of accoutering.

  • Accoutrement (noun)

    An article of clothing or equipment, in particular when used as an accessory.

  • Accoutrement (noun)

    apparatus needed for a task or journey.

  • Accoutrement (noun)

    Equipment other than weapons and uniform.

  • Accoutrement (noun)

    trappings.

  • Accoutrement (noun)

    An identifying yet superficial characteristic.

Oxford Dictionary

  • Accoutrement (noun)

    an additional item of dress or equipment

    "the accoutrements of religious ritual"

Webster Dictionary

  • Accoutrement (noun)

    an item of clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of one's main clothing.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Accouterment (noun)

    clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing

  • Accoutrement (noun)

    clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing

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