Integument, skin, tegument, pellicle, fleece, cuticle, scarf-skin, epidermis, hide, pelt, peel, crust, bark, rind, cortex, husk, scale, shell, carapace, capsule, coat, tunic, tunicle, sheath, case, calyx, theca, sheathing, scabbard, wrapping, wrapper, envelope, veneer, blanket, rug, quilt, counterpane.

    Superposition, coating, paint, varnish, anointing, inunction, incrustation, plaster, stucco, wash, parget, patina.

    (Verbs). To cover, superpose, superimpose, overspread, over-canopy, wrap, lap, overlap, face, case, encase, veneer, pave, upholster.

    To coat, paint, varnish, pave, plaster, beplaster, daub, bedaub, encrust, stucco, dab, smear, anoint, do over, gild, japan, lacquer (or lacker), plate, electroplate, parget.

    (Phrase). To lay it on thick.

    (Adjectives). Covering, etc., cutaneous, dermal, cortical, cuticular, tegumentary, skinny, scaly, squamous, imbricated, epidermal, loricated.

  • Centrality (Substantives), centre 68, middle, focus, hub, core, kernel, nucleus, nucleolus, heart, pole, axis, bull's-eye, nave, umbilicus, omphalos; concentration, centralisation.
  • (Verbs). To be central, etc.

    To render central, centralise, concentrate.

    To bring to a focus.

    (Adjectives). Central, centrical, middle, median, azygous, axial, focal, umbilical, concentric.

    (Adverbs). Midway, centrally, etc.

  • Lining (Substantives), coating, facing, internal incrustation, puddle, stalactite, stalagmite, wainscot, dado, wall.
  • Filling, stuffing, wadding.

    (Verbs). To line, encrust, stuff, face, puddle, bush.

    (Adjectives). Lined, encrusted, stuffed, wadded.

  • Investment (Substantives), dress, clothing, raiment, drapery, costume, attire, toilet, trim, rig, rig-out, fig, habiliment, vesture, apparel, underwear, full dress, evening dress, fancy dress, accoutrement, outfit, wardrobe, trousseau, uniform, regimentals, kit, equipment, livery, gear, harness, turn - out, caparison, suit, dresssuit, loungesuit, etc., rigging, trappings, slops, traps, duds, togs, kit, frippery, bloomers, haberdashery, housing.
  • Dishabille, morning dress, dressing-gown, undress, mufti, rags, negligè, tea-gown.

    Clothes, garment, garb, garniture, vestment, pontificals, robe, tunic, paletot, habit, gown, coat, dress- coat, claw-hammer, frock, stole, blouse, toga, haik, smock-frock, kimono.

    Cloak, opera-cloak, cape, mantle, mantlet, dolman, shawl, scarf, wrap, wrapper, veil, fichu, yashmak, tippet, kirtle, plaid, mantilla, tabard, burnous, roquelaure, overcoat, great-coat, surtout, spencer, rain- coat, ulster, mackintosh, waterproof, poncho, surplice, alb, cassock, pallium, etc., mask, domino, cardinal, pelerine.

    Jacket, vest, under-vest, singlet, jerkin, waistcoat, cardigan, sweater, doublet, gaberdine, camisole, combinations, stays, corset, corsage, cestus, petticoat, kilt, filibeg, stomacher, skirt, kirtle, crinoline, farthingale, underskirt, slip, apron, pinafore.

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