Clad - definition, pronunciation, transcription
...if the vehicles are not clad in armor, they will remain vulnerable to roadside bombs...
She felt hot, despite being clad only in a thin cotton dress.
They were clad in silken extenuations from the throat to the feet.
Although his physiognomy was European, he was clad in the turban.
In winter, the people are all clad in woollen garments.