|wearing a wig, wigged||bewigged|
|(archaic) shirt that soldiers wear over their uniform as to be able to recognize one another during a night attack; surprise military attack carried out at night by soldiers wearing "camisados", surprise attack||camisado|
|ability to last, act of wearing, be dressed in (clothes, shoes, jewelry, glasses, etc.); lose quality gradually; be used up; end; be preserved, remain intact, bring a ship about, clothing of a particular kind (i.e. sportswear, eveningwear); erosion, co...||wear|
|act of wearing away by rubbing||detrition|
|ancient Greek warship; scaled suit of armor worn by ancient Romans; Roman soldier wearing a suit of armor; (Zoology) system of hard scales that cover the bodies of some fishes and reptiles||cataphract|
|area that has been rubbed or scraped away; act of rubbing or scraping away, scraped area of skin, wearing away, wearing away of rock||abrasion|
|assembled, untrue, wearing cosmetics||made-up|
|brutal, equipped with horseshoes that have metal points to prevent slipping (about horses), wearing spiked horseshoes||roughshod|
|buck, buckskin garments, deerskin, grayish yellow, grayish yellow horse, skin of a male deer; strong soft leather; pant or shoes made from this leather, somebody wearing buckskin||buckskin|
|bulging, sticking out (as in eyes); staring (eye); wearing goggles;||goggled|
|casual and informal, made of tweed; resembling coarse woolen fabric; favoring tweed clothing; characteristic of an outdoor or casual life, wearing tweed||tweedy|
|cavalryman equipped with a cuirass, soldier wearing cuirass||cuirassier|
|chest area, wearing low-cut garment, with low neckline||décolleté|
|clothes for beach, clothes for wearing on a beach||beachwear|
|clothes for wearing in bed, clothes worn to bed; pajamas; nightgown||nightclothes|
|concerning or characterized by attrition (wearing down by friction, erosion; rubbing; weakening by constant harassing or abuse)||attritional|
|covered with a veil; concealed, hidden, disguised, wearing a veil||veiled|
|dance performed wearing clogs||clog dance|
|decorate with a fret, flow in ripples or small waves, hole made by fretting, irritation, worry, anxiety; erosion, wearing away; area that has been eroded; ornamental design; any of the ridges of wood or metal on a fingerboard (of a guitar, lute, etc.),...||fret|
|detective wearing civilian clothing; undercover policeman||plainclothesman|
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