dress uniform

NOUN
  1. a military uniform worn on formal occasions
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How To Use dress uniform In A Sentence

  • Iraqi soldiers and police staged a long parade in full dress uniform in Baghdad to commemorate the U.S. pullout and to mark the day the government is calling "National Sovereignty Day.
  • A rainbow stud, resplendent in his best dress uniform, stakes out and defends his riffle against all invaders, threatening would-be rivals with vicious fin-to-fin combat.
  • In spite of the heat, parties in full dress uniform were sent to scour the countryside.
  • IT is just after dawn at Sandhurst, and a platoon of officer cadets in full dress uniform wheels round the parade ground. Times, Sunday Times
  • The unlikely hero was Gump, unself-conscious in his Army dress uniform with combat medals at a peace rally on the Washington Mall. Why Men Love War
  • Very fetching undress uniform I shouldn't wonder.
  • Oh, and don't forget heartburn suffered by many when an Army battle dress uniform was pressed upon us in exchange for the old olive drabs.
  • Iraqi soldiers and police staged a long parade in full dress uniform in Baghdad to commemorate the U.S. pullout and to mark the day the government is calling "National Sovereignty Day.
  • Hard to miss, especially as they turned out in full dress uniform with plaids and feather bonnets on what turned out to be a warm day.
  • Don't worry, being short and barrel-like in stature won't make you look daft in a made-up dress uniform with a big kilty frock. Army Rumour Service
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