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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 ?
Everything that Aunt Em could possibly need was in the drawers and closets, and her dressing-table was covered with engraved gold toilet articles.
It was enough that in yonder closet, opposite my dressing-table, garments said to be hers had already displaced my black stuff Lowood frock and straw bonnet: for not to me appertained that suit of wedding raiment; the pearl-coloured robe, the vapoury veil pendent from the usurped portmanteau.
There was a light in the dressing-table, and the door of the closet, where, before going to bed, I had hung my wedding-dress and veil, stood open; I heard a rustling there.
She pulled it out and laid it on the dressing-table.
What had been the counter or "bar" of the saloon, gorgeous in white and gold, now sawn in two and divided, was set up on opposite sides of the room as separate dressing-tables, decorated with huge bunches of azaleas, that hid the rough earthenware bowls, and gave each table the appearance of a vestal altar.