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Meanings and phrases
- dressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination; appareled; attired; garbed; garmented; habilimented; robed
- treated with medications and protective covering
- (of lumber or stone) to trim and smooth; polished
- dressed in fancy or formal clothing; dressed-up; dressed to the nines; dressed to kill; dolled up; spruced up; spiffed up; togged up
- the desired mineral that is left after impurities have been removed from mined ore; concentrate
- dressed in fancy or formal clothing; dressed; dressed-up; dressed to the nines; dolled up; spruced up; spiffed up; togged up
- dressed in fancy or formal clothing; dressed; dressed-up; dressed to kill; dolled up; spruced up; spiffed up; togged up
- put on clothes; dress
- Kawase herself is dressed up to resemble Dorothy.
- Bright appears as Linda though dressed up as Sandy Olsen.
- For the episode, Wilson's character is dressed up as a pig.
- He is strolling with a woman dressed in black.
- Her human form is a 25-year-old woman always dressed in black.
- Maisonet was reportedly dressed in black, and telling him: "Raphy, I'll help you from here".
- She was dressed in white and was accompanied by many musicians.
- The boy is dressed in white garb.
- A pale, blond woman dressed in white then comes out of the cottage.
- Suddenly you see an old man dressed as an abbot.
- In 1876, Thompson was arrested for "being a man dressed in women's clothing".
- In the dark room, Perry smokes a cigarette as a man dressed in a suit sits beside her.
- It was built of dressed stone with pillared aisles.
- The hall is constructed from dressed stone with a hipped slate roof.
- Its wood mesh, packed with dressed stone, rises six stories to approximately fifty feet.
- Women dressed as men, and less often men dressed as women, is a common trope in fiction and folklore.
- All he had to do was to make an entry just when two short men dressed as jokers were going through their routine.
- Atahualpa was in awe of these men dressed in full clothing, with long beards and riding horses (an animal he had never seen).