Accouterments (noun)

  1. Items of clothing or equipment worn or carried, especially by soldiers or outdoor enthusiasts.
  2. Items that complement or enhance something else, such as accessories for a piece of equipment or furniture.

Origin:

Mid 17th century: from french accoutrement, from accoutrer "equip", from à "to" + couture "sewing".

Examples:

  1. The soldier's accouterments included a rifle and a bayonet.
  2. The hunter's accouterments included a hunting knife and a compass.
  3. The hiker's accouterments included a backpack and a water bottle.
  4. The chef's accouterments included a sharp knife and a cutting board.
  5. The musician's accouterments included a guitar and a music stand.
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