Related to haberdashery.
Adjective haberdashed (comparative more haberdashed, superlative most haberdashed) Decorated with ribbons, trinkets, etc. 1981, Vicki Goldberg, Photography in print: writings from 1816 to the present (page 135) When he showed that petulant old warhorse of an artist, Horace Vernet, haberdashed with medals, Nadar had no trouble revealing a seeker of official honors. 2008 April 20, Paul Devlin, “Black Star”, New York Times: Toward the end of the masterly “Negro With a Hat” (as the Napoleonically haberdashed Garvey was derided by W. E. B. Du Bois), Garvey is quoted as having said: “We were the first Fascists.
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