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array to dress or clothe. [1/5 definitions]
attire to dress up in fancy clothes. [1/2 definitions]
bundle up to dress in warm, thick clothing.
clothe to put clothing on; dress.
deck to dress or decorate in a fancy way for a special event or celebration. [1/4 definitions]
don2 to put on; dress oneself in.
dress a piece of clothing usually worn by girls or women. A dress has a top or blouse connected to a skirt. [1/7 definitions]
dress up to dress in fancy or formal clothes.
formal an evening dress or gown. [1/5 definitions]
garb clothes, esp. those characteristic of a particular profession, way of life, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
gown a dress worn on special occasions. [1/2 definitions]
Halloween October 31. Halloween is celebrated by children who dress up in costumes and go from house to house begging for treats or playing tricks. In the Christian calendar, Halloween is the night before All Saints' Day, a festival celebrated by some Christian churches.
hem1 an edge of a dress, curtain, or something else made of cloth, when it has been folded back and sewn down. [1/2 definitions]
homograph a word that has the same spelling as another but a different meaning and history. Homographs are often pronounced differently from each other. In the sentence, "She shed a tear over the tear in her dress," the two words spelled "t-e-a-r" are homographs.
jumper2 a dress without sleeves worn over a shirt or blouse. [1/3 definitions]
muumuu a long, loose-fitting dress made with fabric of a bright color or pattern.
overdress to dress in a way that is too formal, or too warm for the occasion.
pinafore the British word for a sleeveless dress worn over a blouse or shirt. Pinafore has the same meaning as jumper.
put on to dress in. [1/2 definitions]
sari a length of fine cloth which, when wrapped around the waist and over the shoulder, is the common dress of many women in India and Pakistan.
shoe to dress in or fit with a shoe or shoes. [1/4 definitions]