[ US /ˈdɹɛsɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɹˈɛsɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. making fertile as by applying fertilizer or manure
  2. a cloth covering for a wound or sore
  3. a mixture of seasoned ingredients used to stuff meats and vegetables
  4. savory dressings for salads; basically of two kinds: either the thin French or vinaigrette type or the creamy mayonnaise type
  5. processes in the conversion of rough hides into leather
  6. the act of applying a bandage
  7. the activity of getting dressed; putting on clothes
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How To Use dressing In A Sentence

  • C was probably a combined cooling and dressing-room, with a seat in its alcove; D, the tepidarium; E, the caldarium; and F, a specially hot room or sudatorium.
  • God answers our prayers because by addressing them to Him we acknowledge His Lordship and power.
  • All these glossy pamphlets are just window dressing - the fact is that the new mall will ruin the neighborhood.
  • Visitors are also to be told not to touch wound dressings, drips and monitors of the person they are visiting.
  • Once they'd been on the wrong end of a dressing-down in front of the other players they didn't ever want it to happen again.
  • This continued in to the dressing rooms at half-time where coach Delio Rossi had no choice but to hook the emotional Azzuri international, claiming he was 'inconsolable'. Which club has put the most final nails in managerial coffins? | The Knowledge
  • The dressings are fairly minimal just enough to cover and protect the stitches. The A-Z of Beauty Treatment
  • He was thus involved in extensive travelling throughout the District, addressing meetings of branches, trade unions and co-operative societies.
  • You, young man,” she proceeded, addressing Roland Graeme, and at once softening the ironical sharpness of her manner into good-humoured raillery, “you, who are all our male attendance, from our Lord High Chamberlain down to our least galopin, follow us to prepare our court.” The Abbot
  • Red cabbage's fresh, raw crunch is a great addition to salads (see today's recipe), though I quite understand that some of you may have been put off by its appearance in mediocre coleslaws dressed in gloopy, cheap mayonnaise, its pigment seeping into the dressing to create a rather unappealing mess. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's red cabbage recipes
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