Clad vs. Petticoated

Clad vs. Petticoated — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Clad and Petticoated

Cladverb

(archaic) clothe

Petticoatedadjective

wearing a petticoat

Cladverb

}} To clothe, to dress.

Petticoatedadjective

wearing or furnished with a petticoat;

petticoated ladiesa petticoated table

Cladverb

or cladded}} To cover with a cladding or another material (for example, insulation).

Cladverb

}} To imbue (with a specified quality); to envelop or surround.

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Cladadjective

Wearing clothing or some other covering (for example, an armour) on the body; clothed, dressed.

Cladadjective

s}} Covered, enveloped in, or surrounded by a cladding, or a specified material or substance.

Cladadjective

(figurative) Adorned, ornamented.

Cladadjective

wearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination;

clothed and in his right mindproud of her well-clothed familynurses clad in whitewhite-clad nurses

Cladadjective

having an outer covering especially of thin metal;

steel-cladarmor-clad