be·dight /bɪˈdaɪt/
verb (used with object), –dight, –dight or –dight·ed, –dight·ing. Archaic.
to deck out; array.

[Origin: 1350-1400; ME; see be-, dight]


in her imaginings she saw them as they must have been the day that they followed their king into this place to die, all bedight in their finest clothing, young and beautiful, and the dome rang with their voices.

Source: The Chronicles of Morgaine, C J Cherryh.