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


They are to be found amongst the unhappy 2216 who are described as “well dressed, and walking the streets.”

They were, in general, well dressed, and could not have been taken for Gipsies.

He was well dressed, and had the general appearance of a person belonging to theatrical circles.

The Stories of the Three BurglarsFrank Richard Stockton

Almost all of them were women or children, and the majority had been well dressed.

A well dressed young fellow on the stand near the press table was very funny, and if ever a man enjoyed the game it was he.

Mrs. N—— tells me a gruesome tale of a Russian lady who left her hotel for Russia smiling, well dressed, and happy.

He was a small dapper man, well dressed, and spoke with a slight American accent.

The MissionerE. Phillips Oppenheim

She never was well dressed; and as for her costumes on the stage, they were furnished by the theater.

He was hearty-looking, and well dressed, and evidently well fed.

Varney the VampireThomas Preskett Prest

Voting would become a fête, and we should have a population at the polls as well dressed as at church.

The Chimney-CornerChristopher Crowfield