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King James Dictionary
1. To adorn to decorate with appendages to set off.
All within with flowers was garnished.
2. To fit with fetters a cant term.
3. To furnish to supply as a fort garnished with troops.
4. In law, to warn to give notice. See Garnishee.
G`ARNISH, n. Ornament something added for embellishment decoration.
Matter and figure they produce
For garnish this, and that for use.
1. In jails, fetters a cant term.
2. Pensiuncula carceraria a fee an acknowledgment in money when first a prisoner goes to jail.
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Entry for 'Garnish'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/g/garnish.html.