Thesaurus / dresses
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


They are very splendid in their dresses; the costume of the men is extremely like that of the Turks.

Betty resumed her inspection of dresses, to determine which she should take, while Mollie hastened home.

I opened my trunk and took out my clothes—all that remained of the dresses I had brought from Ellan.

Trying to make her nice and sweet Before she dresses for the street.

What especially impressed me, however, was that none of the ladies ever stopped to look at the dresses in the Veronese.

I pick out all my own dresses, you know, the little girl explained.

Lacy told Davies that the Barrys' salary was 1500 a year (but the cost of their dresses fell heavily on them).

They were all in dresses of former times; some were old men and women, and some were children.

Mary LambAnne Burrows Gilchrist

The feathers, glued upon a cotton web, were made into dresses for the wealthy to wear on festal occasions.

Aztec LandMaturin M. Ballou

They are the thoughts I should have had if I hadn't been busy admiring the dresses.


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