Their garb lent them either the gravitas the Republican bench has previously lacked, or the doleful aspect of ushers at a funeral.
Her knack for modeling is evident in the pictures: in one, she dons traditional Chinese garb and smiles naturally for the camera.
There were joyous gasps of surprise, reintroductions, and a collective marveling at the photographs and garb of a shared past.
1590s, "elegance, stylishness," from Middle French garbe "graceful outline" (Modern French galbe), from Italian garbo "grace, elegance," perhaps from Germanic (cf. Old High German gar(a)wi "dress, equipment, preparation;" see gear). Sense of "fashion of dress" is first attested 1620s.
1836, from garb (n.). Related: Garbed; garbing.