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Synonyms for dress

put on clothes

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  • 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

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  • 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 ?
The despatch-box had stood beside the glass upon my dressing-table all night.
Chailey downstairs was sweeping the withered rose-leaves off the dressing-table, so Helen was anxious to make things straight again after the visitors had gone.
Please go to my boudoir, Jellia, and get the white piglet I left on the dressing-table.
Everything that Aunt Em could possibly need was in the drawers and closets, and her dressing-table was covered with engraved gold toilet articles.
Mademoiselle had furnished it with a fairly large iron bedstead, a small table, a night-commode; a dressing-table, and two chairs.
It travelled along in the night, passed the window at which I was standing, and stopped opposite my bedroom window, inside which I had left the light burning on the dressing-table.
As he spoke, he laid upon the dressing-table, Dolly's lost epistle.
Lavvy declining equally to repeat or to explain, Bella gradually lapsed over her hair-dressing into a soliloquy on the miseries of being poor, as exemplified in having nothing to put on, nothing to go out in, nothing to dress by, only a nasty box to dress at instead of a commodious dressing-table, and being obliged to take in suspicious lodgers.