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Adjective: clad  klad
  1. Having an outer covering especially of thin metal
    "steel-clad"; "armour-clad"
  2. Wearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination
    "nurses clad in white"; "white-clad nurses";
    - clothed
Verb: clad (clad,cladding)  klad
  1. Cover or encase something made of one material a covering or coating
    "the building was clad with insulation panels"
Verb: clothe (clothed, also clad)  klowdh
  1. Provide with clothes or put clothes on
    "Parents must feed and clothe their child";
    - dress, enclothe, garb, raiment [archaic], tog [informal], garment, habilitate [archaic], fit out, apparel
  2. Furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
    - invest, adorn
  3. Cover as if with clothing
    "the mountain was clothed in tropical trees";
    - cloak, drape, robe

Derived forms: clad, cladding, clads

See also: adorned, appareled [N. Amer], apparelled [Brit, Cdn], arrayed, attired, breeched, bundled-up, caparisoned, cassocked, coated, costumed, cowled, decorated, dighted [archaic], dolled up, dressed, dressed to kill, dressed to the nines, dressed-up, garbed, garmented, gowned, habilimented [archaic], habited, heavy-coated, lobster-backed, overdressed, panoplied, pantalooned, petticoated, red-coated, robed, sheathed, spiffed up [N. Amer, informal], spruced up, suited, surpliced, togged, togged up, trousered, turned out, tuxedoed [N. Amer], underdressed, uniformed, vestmented

Type of: change state, cover, equip, fit, fit out, outfit, spread over, turn

Encyclopedia: Clad