dress up[ dres-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF dress up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRESS UP
Then she'd be ready to dress up and go on parade to astonish the natives.
I wear this sort of clothes most of the time, 'cept when I dress up or go to school.
Can't you dress up in your uniform, and show us how you look at school?
"I don't want to dress up, but I suppose I'll have to," grumbled Lucy.
Dress up in that lacy black thing—you are seduction itself in it.'
If they want to dress up and make believe they are Egyptians, I give them clothes.
Thus men, when they wish to be priests or judges, dress up like women.
"Only I did so want to dress up as a kangaroo," mourned Joan dolefully.
"We're goin' dress up a Sandy Claus, you know," Pep added, sotto voce.
I wanted to dress up when we went there; but I don't see how I'll get the chance to do it.