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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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When visiting Bremer in Iraq, Rumsfeld dressed to match his host.
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Sadly her dress sense harks back to her heyday and is decidedly mutton dressed as lamb NICOLA ROBERTS Age: 26 Dress age: 62 Girls Aloud Nicola looks like she's pinched her coat from Miss Marple and completed the look with a long wool skirt.
These days, It's more common to see professionals dressed in khakis and sport shirts than in suits.
With subtle lace and neon detailing this maxi can be easily dressed up or down with a simple change of accessories
A blank canvas which can be dressed up or down, whatever the occasion, it has survived relentless acclaim and even criticism of being boring and unimaginative.
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The domestic slaves' ambivalence about being dressed up by whites while often feeling proud about how they looked needed more exploration.
That is, they dressed in the clothing of the colonial masters when they were forced to be in contact with them, but retained their own traditional dress once they were outside the areas controlled by the western powers.