deck out

VERB
  1. put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive
    The young girls were all fancied up for the party
    She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera
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How To Use deck out In A Sentence

  • The carrier's 1,092-foot flight deck outperforms some of the best commercial airports, launching and recovering up to 90 aircraft on hundreds of flights every day, according to the Navy.
  • The next step is to lay out the deck outline on the ground on which it is being built.
  • Whenever I build that deck out back, these are going to be the chairs
  • His spirit lives on in our enduringly crazy world as Gerken and colleagues deck out the Castlefield with art oddments and oddities. This week's new exhibitions
  • Or, even better, if you're lounging in your personal plunge pool on the deck outside your room quite often a long grey trunk will siphon out a considerable draught as the elephants take a drink.
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