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dressed

Descriptive of brick, lumber, or stone which has been prepared, shaped, or finished by cutting, planing, rubbing, or sanding one or more of its faces.

dressed

The term is normally used for an engine that has all externally attached accessories, piping, and control systems after it has been serviced.
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The two little girls, walking on either side of her, were dressed in silk.
No establishment will be better ordered than mine, and I shall take care always to be dressed in a manner suitable to my position.
He was in a most elegant hunting costume; and Monsieur and the other nobles were dressed like him.
They say--people who ought to be ashamed of themselves do--that the consciousness of being well dressed imparts a blissfulness to the human heart that religion is powerless to bestow.
Fouquet wishes to afford the king the surprise of finding his portrait on his arrival at Vaux; and that the portrait, which be a striking resemblance, ought to be dressed exactly as the king will be on the day it is shown?
Girls, also, don't look half bad in a boat, if prettily dressed.
You wrote that it was to be quite a small reception, and just see how badly I am dressed.
He had always remained big, and he dressed like a dandy and was so full of knowledge and information (which are distinct acquirements) that he had been made a Professor and the head of the Royal College.
Dressed in a beautiful, fashionably-made black silk dress, with a fluffy white shawl over her shoulders, and her snowy hair surmounted by a dainty lace cap, she might have posed as a grandmother doll.
No fox ever beheld a fresher, fairer child's face, and no child had ever before heard a fox talk, or met with one who dressed so handsomely and ruled so big a city.
The actors dressed after the fashion of their own day.
If I see you in church tomorrow, dressed as you are now, I'll give you my name and five dollars.