dolled up

  1. dressed in fancy or formal clothing
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How To Use dolled up In A Sentence

  • The dining room was dolled up like a palace and they served an eighty course meal.
  • The book casts a flirtatious eye towards sapphic chic and the aesthetic imperative to get dolled up.
  • She's the kind of girl that will always be beautiful whether dolled up in a dress or wearing a paper bag.
  • The director dolled up the report to make it sound more impressive.
  • The first thing I noticed when I went out there to interview was how dolled up she was, what with wearing a suit made out of some kind of fuzzy fabric that looked like it came off a stuffed animal, blue eye shadow to match, false eyelashes, manicured nails painted a bright bubble gum pink. The Majesties
  • The group was spawned eight years ago when a bunch of friends got dolled up for a concert, and discovered a set of harmoniously blended vocal cords.
  • She worked the jaunty side of chic in snappy sweaters over those shorts and swimsuits, smart sundresses and camp shirts dolled up in silk and wrapped at the waist.
  • The director dolled up the report to make it sound more impressive.
  • Obviously the purse is a bit heavy on the butterfly and rose for me, not exactly going to get all dolled up in my goth loli with my black lace bonnet, high skirt with tonnes of lace and crinoline which is what I think this purse was meant to go with. I pursue taboo love, reasons to wear corsets and girls with knives
  • Has a Corpse Bride atmosphere to it, with a sickly woman all dolled up and petting her cat. The Top 100 Speculative Fiction Magazine Covers, #50-#41
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