dress

All Noun Verb
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  • He went back to the dressing room with his head in his hands.
  • Those dressed as women that night refused to go with the officers.
  • The two men leave the room to dress for the festival.
  • He sat ready to work in his dressing room for two weeks without being called.
  • He never adopted American dress, culture or language and still spoke only Spanish.
  • Standing on the right is a woman in a white dress, body facing left.
  • The dress appeared on the cover of Life magazine that fall.
  • They became friends because they both dressed more radically than the other students.
  • Since then, these dresses have come into regular use by the public as well.
  • Black evening dress and formal dress in general were worn less and less.
  • She thought it best to put on her rose-colored dress in time for early dinner. Cited from Light O' The Morning, by L. T. Meade
  • The administration forced the student council to institute a dress code.
  • In addition to changing the way people dressed, she wanted to change the words people used.
  • His father ran a small dress factory and maintained a good standard of living for the family.
  • As years went on, upper class women adopted the dress.
  • He said the song was finished in the dressing room that night.
  • I didn't have a manager who told me to dress or how to present myself or anything.
  • The tradition of dressing up for important matches has been continued to the present day.
  • By chance, her father is there as well, dressed in a fine suit.
  • His hair cut, dressing style and even his conversation style were very popular among the youth.
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Meaning of dress

  • noun A one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice
  • verb Put on clothes
    we had to dress quickly, dress the patient, Can the child dress by herself?
  • verb Provide with clothes or put clothes on
    Parents must feed and dress their child
  • verb Put a finish on
    dress the surface smooth
  • verb Dress in a certain manner
    She dresses in the latest Paris fashion, he dressed up in a suit and tie
  • verb Kill and prepare for market or consumption
    dress a turkey
  • verb Arrange in ranks
    dress troops
  • verb Provide with decoration
    dress the windows
  • verb Put a dressing on
    dress the salads
  • verb Cut down rough-hewn (lumber) to standard thickness and width
  • verb Convert into leather
    dress the tanned skins
  • verb Apply a bandage or medication to
    dress the victim's wounds
  • verb Give a neat appearance to
    groom the dogs, dress the horses
  • verb Arrange attractively
    dress my hair for the wedding