From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Dight \Dight\ (d[imac]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Dight or
   Dighted; p. pr. & vb. n. Dighting.] [OF. dihten, AS.
   dihtan to dictate, command, dispose, arrange, fr. L. dictare
   to say often, dictate, order; cf. G. dichten to write poetry,
   fr. L. dictare. See Dictate.]
   1. To prepare; to put in order; hence, to dress, or put on;
      to array; to adorn. [Archaic] "She gan the house to
      --dight." --Chaucer.
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            Two harmless turtles, dight for sacrifice.
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            The clouds in thousand liveries dight. --Milton.
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   2. To have sexual intercourse with. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

clothed \clothed\ adj.
   1. wearing clothing. [Narrower terms: {adorned(predicate),
      bedecked(predicate), decked(predicate), decked
      out(predicate)}; {appareled, attired, clad, dressed,
      garbed, garmented, habilimented, robed}; {arrayed,
      panoplied}; breeched, pantalooned, trousered;
      bundled-up; caparisoned; cassocked: costumed:
      decent] [Narrower terms: dight] [Narrower terms:
      {dressed-up, dressed to the nines(predicate), dressed to
      kill(predicate), dolled up, spruced up, spiffed up}]
      [Narrower terms: gowned] [Narrower terms: habited]
      [Narrower terms: heavy-coated] [Narrower terms:
      overdressed] [Narrower terms: petticoated] [Narrower
      terms: red-coated, lobster-backed] [Narrower terms:
      surpliced] [Narrower terms: {togged dressed esp in smart
      clothes)}] [Narrower terms: turned out] [Narrower terms:
      underdressed] [Narrower terms: uniformed] [Narrower
      terms: vestmented] Also See: adorned, decorated.
      Antonym: unclothed.
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   2. covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak.
      fog-cloaked meadows

   Syn: cloaked, draped, mantled, wrapped.
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