|shabbily dressed||down-at-heel; down-at-the-heel|
|(British) person from the upper-class, well-dressed and rich person (in particular a man), upper-class person||toff|
|(slang) cool guy, dandy; fellow, guy; city-dweller who owns a ranch, city dweller vacationing out west, flashily dressed man||dude|
|ability to last, act of wearing, be dressed in (clothes, shoes, jewelry, glasses, etc.); lose quality gradually; be used up; end; be preserved, remain intact, bring a ship about, clothing of a particular kind (i.e. sportswear, eveningwear); erosion, co...||wear|
|accompany, act of going; attempt, try; energy, vigor, spirit; period of activity; success, attempt at something, attend, be allotted to, be discarded, be dressed or equipped as specified, be given to, be put, be spent, be the authority, become, belong,...||go|
|animal hair, coating on the tongue, dress in fur; upholster in fur; cover in fur, dressed pelt, fur coat, hair of an animal; clothing made with fur; something which resembles fur (i.e. mineral deposits inside a kettle); filmy coating on the tongue, mam...||fur|
|at which guests dress in style, dressed up, elegant, stylish, fancy, overdressed||dressy|
|badly dressed, rough or uneven, tattered||raggedy|
|become involved in; be admitted to; become acquainted with; get dressed; enter, go into, get involved or interested in something, start to be in a bad situation||get into|
|boyfriend, fashionably dressed man, lover, young man courting a woman, suitor||beau|
|bright, extremely colorful; gaudy, loud, tacky, clashing; excessively ornamented, dressed too brightly, overly ornamented||garish|
|careless or disheveled state of dress; garment worn at home (house dress, pyjamas, etc.), casual clothing, deshabille, partly dressed; informally dressed, state of casual dress||dishabille|
|center page in newspaper or magazine; large picture that covers the two pages opposite each other in the middle of a magazine (often of a young woman barely dressed or naked)||centrefold|
|charming, pleasingly dressed, smooth, sophisticated, courteous||suave|
|cheaply, shabbily, wretchedly||shoddily|
|child dressed in rags, child dressed in dirty old clothing, neglected child||ragamuffin|
|cover metal with metal, cover with a protective layer, bond one layer of metal to another, cover with cladding, covered, dressed, attired||clad|
|dandified; dressed flamboyantly; dressed too formally for an occasion||overdressed|
|decorated, trimmed with ornaments; dressed, robed||adorned|
|dowel, dowel pin, dressed plainly//dowel, join wood or metal with dowels, joining peg, plain and unfashionable in style, sloppy, untidy, slovenly; old-fashioned, out of style||dowdy|
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