EnglishEdit

 
Knight on caparisoned steed

AdjectiveEdit

caparisoned ‎(comparative more caparisoned, superlative most caparisoned)

  1. (of a horse or elephant) Having a richly ornamented harness.
  2. Dressed in richly ornamented finery.

VerbEdit

caparisoned

  1. simple past tense and past participle of caparison
    • 1889, Henry James, The Solution.
      She was tall and angular, and held her head very high; it was surmounted with wonderful turbans and plumages, and indeed the four ladies were caparisoned altogether in a manner of their own.