Word of the Day – June 22 – Caparison

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Dee Dee - Word of the Day

Dee Dee – Word of the Day

Noun: Caparison  (kuh-PAIR-uh-sun)

Definition:

1. a: An ornamental covering for a horse.

b: Decorative trappings and harness.

2. Rich clothing: adornment.

Sample sentence: A group of horses outfitted in medieval caparison were standing near the area where the festival’s jousting would begin.

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