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___ the elbows (shabbily dressed) ___ up (dressed fancily) ___ up (get dressed) 'Dressed to ___' 'Sharp Dressed Man' band ". . . and the desk clerk's dressed in black" "... and the desk clerk's dressed in black ..." "... and the desk clerk's dressed in black" "... folks dressed up like ___" ("The Christmas Song") "Dressed to Kill" director Brian "Dressed to Kill" star Michael "Uncle" dressed in red, white and blue "You ___ good!" (saying to one who's bathed and dressed nicely) 1998 film character called Ping when dressed as a man Accessory for a well-dressed man Accessory for the well-dressed driver? All dressed for a date All dressed up, perhaps Appropriately dressed for the ball Arrive dressed up like Assail rioters dressed in gray, palindromically Baby girls may be dressed in it Be dressed in Best-dressed goal? Better dressed Boxcar Willie dressed as one Brilliantly dressed cavalrymen Candidate for a worst-dressed list Cartoon superhero dressed in red, white and blue Cassini who said "To be well dressed is a little like being in love" Certainly not dressed for a job interview Chemise for the well-dressed driver? Civil War general dressed as a monster? Commedia dell'arte character David Bowie dressed as on the cover of "Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)" Comment about well-dressed pop singer James? Covert agent dressed in black Dandily dressed dude Dapperly dressed Dinner course, dressed up? Divine-ly dressed? Dressed Dressed ___ (smart) Dressed ___ nines Dressed ___: splendidly Dressed (in) Dressed (up) Dressed by Armani Dressed by Armani, e.g. Dressed cress Dressed down? Dressed fit to kill Dressed for a ball Dressed for a ball, maybe Dressed for a ceremony Dressed for a craggy climb? Dressed for a frat party, perhaps Dressed for a frat party, say Dressed for a frat party? Dressed for a masquerade Dressed for a white-tie affair Dressed for bed, briefly Dressed for business Dressed for business, often Dressed for choir Dressed for company Dressed for court Dressed for dreamland, briefly Dressed for Halloween Dressed for surf fishing Dressed for the ball? Dressed for the choir Dressed for the choir's performance Dressed for trial Dressed formally Dressed fussily Dressed greens Dressed in Armani, e.g. Dressed in lab attire Dressed informally, perhaps Dressed lavishly Dressed like a bum Dressed like a certain keg party attendee Dressed like a clown? Dressed like a dependent politician? Dressed like a footman Dressed like a judge Dressed like a monk Dressed like a nurse Dressed like a Roman senator Dressed like a superhero Dressed like a vagrant Dressed like a Victorian woman Dressed like an Apostle Dressed like Batman Dressed like Cicero Dressed like Cinderella Dressed like Dracula Dressed like Freddie the Freeloader Dressed like King Cole? Dressed like Little Red Riding Hood Dressed like Oliver Twist, say Dressed like Superman Dressed like Superman and Batman Dressed like the Roman senate Dressed like Union soldiers Dressed like, for a costume party Dressed more like an Exeter student Dressed more sharply Dressed poorly Dressed snazzily dressed stylishly Dressed to kill, with "up" Dressed to kill? Dressed to the ___ (chic) Dressed to the ___ (decked out) Dressed to the _____ Dressed to the nines Dressed to the nines, with "up" Dressed up fussily Dressed up in Dressed up in a fussy way Dressed up tabby? Dressed up, maybe Dressed warmly enough to avoid frostbite? Dressed with elaborate care Dressed with fat Dressed-up dummy Dressed, in a way Dressed, informally Dressed, so to speak Elegantly dressed bloke Entertainer often dressed in a striped shirt Fashionably dressed Footwear for the well-dressed driver? Formally dressed Get dressed Get dressed (up) Get dressed for a party, say Get dressed for choir Get dressed in Get dressed in fancy clothes Get dressed in Sunday best Get dressed like a judge Get dressed under protest? Get dressed, with "up" Gets dressed Gets dressed (up) Gets dressed for the launch Getting dressed (in) Hardly dressed to kill Hat for the well-dressed driver? How baby boys are often dressed How baby girls are often dressed How baby girls are sometimes dressed How newborn girls are often dressed Impeccably dressed Is appropriately dressed It gets dressed for dinner It may be tossed and dressed It may need to be dressed It often gets dressed in the kitchen It's often dressed It's often dressed for dinner It's usually dressed before eaten Jew traditionally dressed in a black coat and hat Kiss "Dressed to Kill" classic Like those dressed as nuns Like well-dressed Dan? Line sung by a group of men getting dressed? Magazine whose debut issue featured a cover photo of Cindy Crawford dressed as Washington Modestly dressed More shabbily dressed More well-dressed Nattily dressed Nattily dressed ad figure Nattily dressed Broadway character? Neatly dressed Nicely dressed (up) Not dressed Not dressed for success Not well dressed On the best-dressed list One dressed as Vulcan ambassador Sarek, probably One dressed in black, maybe One dressed in black, perhaps One dressed in blue One dressed in ragged clothes One dressed in white, stereotypically One may be dressed for dinner One not dressed in civvies during the Civil War One of the Skywalkers dressed up as St. Nick? One who's crazy for a sharp-dressed man? Ones dressed in black Ones dressed in stripes, for short Opposite of well-dressed? Person dressed in black Poorly-dressed one Reason to get dressed up Richly dressed Scarf for the well-dressed driver?
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