This sentence is from an article I'm editing: "The groom was attired in a '50s-era linen suit."
In my little world, attire always shows up as a noun. "The attire is formal." If I've ever heard it used as a verb, I don't remember it. So I looked it up in Webster's New World, which is the designated dictionary for the publication I'm working for. Lo and behold, it lists attire as a verb first (transitive) and a noun second.
Attire me embarrassed.