clothed (part of speech: adjective)
- Confused and drowsy as he was, he hurried out just in time to prevent a wild- looking, dark- skinned Indian from dealing a heavy blow with a thick staff, which he held in his right hand, upon a thin, black- garbed gentleman, who was surrounded by a whole band of natives. - "The Coming Conquest of England", August Niemann.
- " I certainly never have," said I; " in fact, I make it a point not to look under the bonnets of those gray- garbed women." - "The House of Martha", Frank R. Stockton.
- Captain Elisha turned and surveyed the great interior and the brilliantly garbed audience. - "Cap'n Warren's Wards", Joseph C. Lincoln.