evening dress

NOUN
  1. attire to wear on formal occasions in the evening
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How To Use evening dress In A Sentence

  • The evening dress is made out of pure silk.
  • A performer in evening dress plays classical selections on the violin.
  • The striking features of Negro evening dress consisted in astonishing turbans with marabou feathers, into which add accessories of squib shape and other forms were inserted. A Renegade History of the United States
  • I am constructing a silk charmeuse evening dress of two layers that I would like to dye green and blue.
  • Exiting his bathroom, he saw his brother lounging against the door jamb of his room in full evening dress.
  • Curious was an evening visit to the Russian Embassy, Mrs. Straus being carried in a sedan-chair, her husband walking beside her in evening dress at one door, I at the other, and a kavass, with drawn sword, marching at the head of the procession. [Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White
  • She's wearing a revealing evening dress and proceeds to drape herself over various parts of the car's anatomy.
  • Many cruises still offer one or more optional formal dinners where ladies where long formal gowns or other evening dresses and gentlemen wear tuxedos or dark suits.
  • Known as the “Statue of Libby,” she carried one of the smokiest torches of American music hall society in the 1920s and 1930s, and was the inventor of the strapless evening dress. Libby Holman.
  • It was quite a sight, after the War and four years of dreary austerity in England, to see girls whirling round the dance floor in pretty full-length evening dresses in gay colours.
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