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Synonyms for dress

put on clothes

Synonyms

  • put on clothes
  • don clothes
  • slip on or into something

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bandage

arrange

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dress down

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  • dress casually
  • dress informally
  • be untidy

dress up: put on fancy dress

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  • put on fancy dress
  • wear a costume
  • disguise yourself

dress up: dress formally

Synonyms

  • dress formally
  • dress for dinner
  • doll yourself up
  • put on your best bib and tucker
  • put on your glad rags

Synonyms for dress

to furnish with decorations

to apply therapeutic materials to (a wound)

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to prepare (soil) for the planting and raising of crops

dress up: to dress in formal or special clothing

a set or style of clothing

a one-piece skirted outer garment for women and children

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Synonyms for dress

put a finish on

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kill and prepare for market or consumption

arrange in ranks

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decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods

provide with decoration

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cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of

cut down rough-hewn (lumber) to standard thickness and width

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convert into leather

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apply a bandage or medication to

arrange attractively

suitable for formal occasions

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(of an occasion) requiring formal clothes

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References in classic literature ?
But Sorelli, armed with a dagger that never left her, turned the key and drew back the door, while the ballet-girls retreated to the inner dressing-room and Meg Giry sighed:
A respectable lady, built on the lines of a Pomeranian grenadier, burst into the dressing-room and dropped groaning into a vacant arm-chair.
You suppose that your son came down from his bed, went, at great risk, to your dressing-room, opened your bureau, took out your coronet, broke off by main force a small portion of it, went off to some other place, concealed three gems out of the thirty-nine, with such skill that nobody can find them, and then returned with the other thirty-six into the room in which he exposed himself to the greatest danger of being discovered.
The banker's dressing-room was a plainly furnished little chamber, with a grey carpet, a large bureau, and a long mirror.
He had then distinctly heard the deceased, having sent the Captain on his errand, turn round laughing and run down the passage towards its other end, where was the prisoner's dressing-room.
He described the return of Bruno to his dressing-room, the dispatching of himself to buy a bunch of lilies-of-the-valley, his return to the upper end of the passage, the thing he saw in the passage, his suspicion of Seymour, and his struggle with Bruno.
So I panted as I rushed on tiptoe to the dressing-room.
If you want to know the inner history of my second visit to that good fellow's dressing-room, drive home for a fresh kit and meet me at the Turkish bath in twenty minutes.
The fact is that I left my little pet in my dressing-room lying asleep upon the table; and you must have stolen in without my knowing it.
After a while, the maid appeared, with her pail in her hand, leaving the room by way of the dressing-room and the back stairs.
At one side of the bedroom was a dainty dressing-room with closets containing a large assortment of fresh clothing; and beyond this was the bath--a large room having a marble pool big enough to swim in, with white marble steps leading down to the water.
Before she knew it, the front of the hall had been reached, and she had gone up half a dozen steps into a small dressing-room.
Well, Miss Western," said the lady, "if you are not in a humour to see company this morning, you may retire to your own apartment; for I am not frightened at his lordship, and must send for him up into my dressing-room.
I had a dinner engagement that evening; and I went upstairs, in no very genial frame of mind, little suspecting that the way to my dressing-room and the way to discovery, meant, on this particular occasion, one and the same thing.
Sir John, fastening the doors behind him, went back to his dressing-room, and sat down once again before the fire, at which he gazed for a long time, in earnest meditation.