cloaked, masked, covered, turned out, decked out, enwrapped, lobster-backed, overdressed, shod, captive, spruced up, vestmented, uniformed, dolled up, heavy-coated, absorbed, gowned, appareled, cassocked, dressed to the nines, dressed-up, dressed to kill, white, intent, habited, black, draped, mantled, bundled-up, decked, dighted, pantalooned, garmented, cowled, caparisoned, trousered, veiled, habilimented, panoplied, tuxedoed, breeched, engrossed, spiffed up, underdressed, disguised, red-coated, surpliced, togged up, invested, bedecked, suited, petticoated, coated, togged, adorned
clothed (part of speech: verb)
supplied (part of speech: verb)
- " I've fed and clothed you all your days. - "The Pioneers", Katharine Susannah Prichard.
- And in the end, she askt me how I was, and I said that I did be different; and she hurried me that I be clothed very quick; for she did be sore afraid that I should come to a chill. - "The Night Land", William Hope Hodgson.
- Listen to the boy we took in and educated and clothed and fed, listen to him saying he'd like to burn his uncle. - "The Altar Steps", Compton MacKenzie.