Antonyms for dresses up

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Tell her to wear the collar and think of me whenever she dresses up.

For this ceremony, the bridegroom, after being shaved, dresses up.

He, too, dresses up for courting; and how do you think he does it?

He dresses up like a chorus man—and, by golly, he looks like one!

She learns them by heart out of history books, and then dresses up and spouts them to me in our attic.

Thats what Delia always says when she dresses up and I tell her how fine she looks.

I fished out all my pretty clothes again and done them two maid's dresses up in a wad and threw them under the bed.

Odysseus, when he dresses up as a beggar, puts on a wallet as part of his costume.

He had never seen one like her in real life, and Sanders's words, "dresses up like an old picture," recurred to him.

The sixth is a tough from the East who dresses up like a bad man and plays some low-down trick that gives the boys a bad name.