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vesture (n.)

late 14c., "garments, clothes worn by a person at one time," from Anglo-French and Old French vesture, vesteure "dress, clothes, clothing," from Vulgar Latin *vestitura "vestments, clothing," from Latin vestivus, past participle of vestire "to clothe," from PIE *wes- (4) "to clothe" (see wear (v.)).

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Definitions of vesture from WordNet
1
vesture (n.)
something that covers or cloaks like a garment;
fields in a vesture of green
vesture (n.)
a covering designed to be worn on a person's body;
Synonyms: clothing / article of clothing / wear / wearable / habiliment
2
vesture (v.)
provide or cover with a cloak;
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