Sentence for dress | Use dress in a sentence

Examples of dress sentences. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use dress in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for dress.

  • Would he like her dress? (8)
  • Now go and dress for dinner. (10)
  • You have the instinct of dress. (10)
  • They suit you in that black dress. (8)
  • What sort of a dress had she worn? (12)
  • It was the dress which Mr. Libby wore. (9)
  • Plain velvet was his dress at dinner. (10)
  • Have a room got ready for him to dress. (8)
  • And Judges too, who dress so like them. (10)
  • She was on her way to dress for church. (10)
  • She got up and began to dress for dinner. (8)
  • Coarse, because he had said her dress was low! (8)
  • Never mind the tearings; I will hold my dress. (10)
  • He took his note case from his dress coat pocket. (8)
  • I like pleasure and I like dress; I like pretty things. (9)
  • Vittoria turned her head, and gathered up her dress to see. (10)
  • She used always to dress in this colour; just in this style. (10)
  • I must say I could not myself see anything wrong about the dress. (9)
  • Silence, and the rustle of her dress, awoke him from his musing. (10)
  • His thick hair is rather untidy, and his dress clothes not too new. (8)
  • She has taken a flower from her dress, and suddenly tears it to bits. (8)
  • She found Alice there, with a pretty evening dress laid out on her bed. (9)
  • Changing to a plain dress, she took up the valise and returned to Barbara. (8)
  • You need not tell her so, but I thought her dress hideous the other night. (4)
  • And suddenly he saw her tear at her dress, pluck something out, and throw it. (8)
  • Every day Mr. Pollingray puts on evening dress out of deference to his sister. (10)
  • He is in full hunting dress: well-weathered pink, buckskins, and mahogany tops. (8)
  • You have plenty of time to dress, my dear; I have an immense deal to talk about. (10)
  • She is in a high evening dress, and in the dim light radiates a startled composure.] (8)
  • He followed, thrusting his hand with the brooch in it against the front of her dress. (8)
  • But the clutch of his hands, never still on the thin silk of her dress, turned her faint. (8)
  • Now for a whole week of her, day and night, in that black dress with the coloured ribbon. (10)
  • When I send up from the Club for my dress things, always put in a black waistcoat as well. (8)
  • For my part, I think they are vastly agreeable, provided they dress smart and behave civil. (4)
  • I declare, Chloe, I feel like a best dress out for a holiday, and a bit afraid of spoiling. (10)
  • She had begun to unhook her dress, and her nervous fingers tangled the lace about the hooks. (13)
  • I let him talk me into going for a blue velvet dress and a pair of cheap patent leather shoes. (12)
  • She changed her dress, so as to look as if she had been in some time, and ran up to the gallery. (8)
  • The door was opened, and Helen Bellew in evening dress stood there holding a candle in her hand. (8)
  • This dress is preserved with jealous care, and is never produced except on Sundays and holidays. (20)
  • Mrs. Pasmer was very fond of that dress, and at the thought of Alice in it her spirits rose again. (9)
  • He wore war-paint and flaming feathers, but in spite of this dress he was really a French officer. (19)
  • He looked as if he had not slept; his dress was out of order, he had not taken his clothes off, I think. (8)
  • With a shudder, she sprang up; the ants had got to her, and she had to pick them off her neck and dress. (8)
  • Miss Gleason kicked out the skirt of her dress, so as to leave herself perfectly free for the explanation. (9)
  • She looked her prettiest; and she bought a gardenia at a shop in Baker Street and fastened it in her dress. (8)
  • Back in her room, taking off her wet dress, Gyp tried to remember what he had said and what she had answered. (8)
  • About his dress and his neat figure was that studied ease which lifts men from the ruck of common bridegrooms. (8)
  • For a moment he does not see her standing there against the curtain that is much the same colour as her dress. (8)
  • Not specially dandified in his usual dress, Bertie Caradoc would almost sooner have died than disgrace a horse. (8)
  • And now I am afraid Campbell will be here before there is time to dress a steak, and we have no butcher at hand. (4)
  • I liked the scenery, and the wine, and what I supposed to be the habit of the gentlemen here to dress in silks. (10)
  • But the sun was low, she had to dress for the dinner-table, and she landed him with regret, as at a holiday over. (10)
  • If it was more like a ball dress than a dinner dress, that might be excused to the exquisite effect. (9)
  • Then, with a long, shy look he saw his mother, in a blue dress, with a blue motor scarf over her cap and hair, smiling. (8)
  • And suddenly he seemed to see her sitting there in her grey dress, fragrant, soft, dark-eyed, graceful, looking up at him. (8)
  • Invitations were sent out to a large party at Riversley, and Janet came with all my gifts on her dress or in her pockets. (10)
  • Very still, in her grey dress, and with grey hair, she gave the impression of a little figure carved out of fine, worn steel. (8)
  • To his personal attractions, such as they are, he has never been solicitous of contributing by the meretricious aids of dress. (6)
  • In the matter of dress he is distinctly superior to his position, as indicated by his surroundings and the business of his wife. (1)
  • He was rather shabby and slovenly in dress, and he had fallen unkempt, after the country fashion, as to his hair and beard and boots. (9)
  • Suddenly from behind the hollow tree he sees Joy darting forward in her day dress with her hair about her neck, and her skirt all torn. (8)
  • She leaned slightly forward, clasping the wrist of one hand about her knee, and the sole of one little foot showed from under her dress. (10)
  • The apparition wore white muslin on its head, a fichu round its bare neck over a wine-coloured dress, fulled out below its slender waist. (8)
  • He was extremely handsome, in his black evening dress, with his Tuxedo, and the pallor of his face repeated in his expanse of shirt front. (9)
  • He was in evening dress, and his face, pointed with its brown beard, showed extremely handsome above the expanse of his broad, white shirt-front. (9)
  • Lavender, saw that she had changed her dress to a flowing blue garment of diaphanous character, which made her appear, like an emanation of the sky. (8)
  • Choristers, in the most elaborate dress, swinging incense holders by delicate metal chains and bearing lanterns on long poles, surrounded the lofty cross. (5)

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