Definition of vestimentary in English:

vestimentary

Syllabification: ves·ti·men·ta·ry
Pronunciation: /ˌvestəˈmen(t)ərē
 
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adjective

formal
Of or relating to clothing or dress: lack of vestimentary rigor
More example sentences
  • The vestimentary code is important but not especially interesting to read about.
  • In striking contrast to the rustic setting, the ladies in waiting rival each other in vestimentary luxury.
  • A tawdry tale, it keeps its steady focus on Tammy, a monument to bad taste in makeup and vestimentary horrors.

Origin

early 19th century: from Latin vestimentum 'clothing' + -ary1.

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