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Meanings of Dressed:

adjective

(of food, especially poultry or shellfish) cleaned and prepared for cooking or eating.

Usage examples:

Dressed crab
verb

Put on one's clothes.

Usage examples:

Graham showered and dressed quickly

Meanings of Dressed up to the nines:

idiom

Wearing very stylish and fashionable clothes, often for a particular purpose or occasion

Usage examples:

The doorbell rang and there was chris, all dressed up to the nines.

Dresser

ˈdres.ər

Meanings of Dresser:

noun

A sideboard with shelves above for storing and displaying plates and kitchen utensils.

Usage examples:

They kept a creamery book behind the plates on the top shelf of the dresser in the kitchen so that …

Meanings of Dressers:

noun

A sideboard with shelves above for storing and displaying plates and kitchen utensils.

Usage examples:

They kept a creamery book behind the plates on the top shelf of the dresser in the kitchen so that …

Meanings of Dressership:

noun

The office or post of surgical dresser; service in the capacity of a surgical dresser; the period during which a person serves or trains as a surgical dresser.

Meanings of Dresses:

verb

Put on one's clothes.

Usage examples:

Graham showered and dressed quickly
noun

A one-piece garment worn by women and girls that covers the body and extends down over the legs.

Usage examples:

A white cotton dress

Dressier

ˈdres.i

Meanings of Dressier:

adjective

(of clothes) suitable for a smart or formal occasion.

Usage examples:

Wear something dressy, kate, we've got to go to a drinks party

Dressiest

ˈdres.i

Meanings of Dressiest:

adjective

(of clothes) suitable for a smart or formal occasion.

Usage examples:

Wear something dressy, kate, we've got to go to a drinks party

Meanings of Dressing:

noun

A sauce for salads, typically one consisting of oil and vinegar with herbs or other flavourings.

Usage examples:

Vinaigrette dressing
verb

Put on one's clothes.

Usage examples:

Graham showered and dressed quickly

Dressing-down

ˌdres.ɪŋˈdaʊn

Meanings of Dressing-down:

noun

An act of speaking angrily to someone because they have done something wrong

Usage examples:

She gave me a dressing-down for being late.

Dressing-gown

ˈdres.ɪŋ ˌɡaʊn

Meanings of Dressing-gown:

noun

A loose piece of clothing like a coat, worn informally inside the house, especially before getting dressed in the morning or after getting undressed in the evening

Meanings of Dressing-up:

noun

A large container full of old clothes, hats, and things such as masks or jewellery that can be used for children's games or performances

Usage examples:

A well-stocked dressing-up box is a very useful classroom resource for imaginative play., they are …

Dressings

ˈdres.ɪŋ

Meanings of Dressings:

noun

A sauce for salads, typically one consisting of oil and vinegar with herbs or other flavourings.

Usage examples:

Vinaigrette dressing

Meanings of Dressmake:

verb

To make dresses, especially as an occupation.

Dressmaker

ˈdresˌmeɪ.kər

Meanings of Dressmaker:

noun

A person whose job is making women's clothes.

Usage examples:

At the same time there were harness makers, tailors, dressmakers, builders, blacksmiths, wheelwrigh…

Dressmakers

ˈdresˌmeɪ.kər

Meanings of Dressmakers:

noun

A person whose job is making women's clothes.

Usage examples:

At the same time there were harness makers, tailors, dressmakers, builders, blacksmiths, wheelwrigh…

Meanings of Dressmakership:

noun

The expertise or artistry of a dressmaker; work resulting from this.

Meanings of Dressmakery:

noun

The art and craft of making dresses; dressmaking skills.

Dressmaking

ˈdresˌmeɪ.kɪŋ

Meanings of Dressmaking:

noun

The activity or job of making women's clothes

Usage examples:

She later studied dressmaking at frank wiggins trade school., his mother had a dressmaking business…

Meanings of Dressy:

adjective

(of clothes) suitable for a smart or formal occasion.

Usage examples:

Wear something dressy, kate, we've got to go to a drinks party

Meanings of Drew:

verb

Produce (a picture or diagram) by making lines and marks on paper with a pencil, pen, etc.

Usage examples:

He drew a map
noun

An act of selecting names randomly to decide winners in a lottery, opponents in a sporting contest, etc.

Usage examples:

The draw has been made for this year's tournament

Drey

dreɪ

Meanings of Drey:

noun

The nest of a squirrel, typically in the form of a mass of twigs in a tree.

Usage examples:

The siberian flying squirrel is a nocturnal arboreal rodent, which nests in tree cavities, twig dre…

Dribble

ˈdrɪb.əl

Meanings of Dribble:

verb

(of a liquid) fall slowly in drops or a thin stream.

Usage examples:

Rain dribbled down the window
noun

A thin stream of liquid; a trickle.

Usage examples:

A dribble of blood

Dribbled

ˈdrɪb.əl

Meanings of Dribbled:

verb

(of a liquid) fall slowly in drops or a thin stream.

Usage examples:

Rain dribbled down the window
noun

A thin stream of liquid; a trickle.

Usage examples:

A dribble of blood

Dribbler

ˈdrɪb.əl.ər

Meanings of Dribbler:

noun

Someone who moves a ball along the ground with repeated small kicks or hits, or (in basketball) who moves a ball by repeatedly hitting it so it bounces off the floor

Usage examples:

She's a good dribbler., he's more of a dribbler and cesc is more of a passer.

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