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regalia

noun [U] uk   /rɪˈɡeɪ.li.ə/ us  
official and traditional special clothes and decorations, especially those worn or carried in formal ceremonies: The queen's regalia at her coronation included her crown and sceptre.JewelleryCeremonial clothes and objectsClothes worn for a particular job or activity informal humorous any set of special clothes: The biker was dressed in full regalia, with shiny black leather and lots of chains.Ceremonial clothes and objectsClothes worn for a particular job or activity
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