fancy dress

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Synonyms for fancy dress

a costume worn as a disguise at a masquerade party

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These are just a selection of 479 fancy-dress related incidents recorded by 26 police forces across England and Wales and released after a Freedom of Information request.
Runners must be over 12 but younger children can take part in the fancy-dress competition.
Sunny Corner Nursery in Kings Heath, raised more than pounds 250 for Children in Need with fancy-dress parties and a balloon release day.
POLICE who swooped on a fancy-dress party caught Little Bo Peep dealing cocaine and arrested Snow White for possession.
EXPLODING pumpkins, a Halloween Punch Hunt and fancy-dress competition will be features of a seasonal event at the Cannon Park Shopping Centre on Saturday.
The fair will also include a fancy-dress parade featuring the children of the villages as well as stalls and entertainment on Ffrith community fields.
Miss Peters had always wanted to marry in a big black dress so the couple, fans of the 1960s television series The Addams Family, decided to go for a fancy-dress theme, knowing friends and family would be in the mood for a real party so close to Christmas.
Fancy-dress gangsters Andrew Thomas, 33, Robert Simms, 51, Michael Richards, 24, and Paul Davies, 32, were yesterday jailed for their vigilante revenge attack.
These are just a selection of 479 fancy-dress related incidents recorded by 26 police forces across the country and released to this paper after a freedom of information request.
Staff at Debenhams, in West Orchards Shopping Centre, city centre, will be donning fancy-dress for the festive event tomorrow and Sunday.
DRESSED TO THRILL: The players (from left, front) Sam Gangat, Shantelle Bailie; (back) James Ganley, Barry Wakelin and Paula Relton were delighted to raise more than pounds 700 for charity with their 12-hour fancy-dress marathon at the Number Ten bowling alley.