overdress

[ verb oh-ver-dres; noun oh-ver-dres ]SEE DEFINITION OF overdress
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERDRESS

The bridal dress, says Miss Davis, was of a pink satin, with an overdress of white lace; her slippers also were of white satin.

There is a vulgar tendency among all Americans to overdress which you must avoid.

Then, it seems to me, it is a little hard on the really poor girls at school if the rest of you are inclined to overdress.

Jean Merritt wore her favorite rose color, a dress of satin with an overdress of tulle.

A bodice and overdress of white cretonne flowered with red roses.

Overdress and bodice of white silk brocaded with scarlet roses.

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