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1. You do not need to dress up for dinner.
2. Jazz the dress up with some bright accessories.
3. She hung the dress up in the wardrobe.
4. I thought I'd dress up the frozen pizza with a few extra tomatoes and olives.
5. Hold still a minute while I pin your dress up.
6. You don't need to dress up just to go to the pub - jeans and a T-shirt will do.
7. Don't bother to dress up come as you are.
8. Little girls dress up as angels for fiestas.
9. She like to dress up for a party.
10. Politicians dress up their ruthless ambition as a pursuit of the public good.
11. The children thought it great sport to dress up as pirates.
12. Politicians tried to dress up the bill as a bold new strategy for combatting poverty.
13. Some people like to dress up in minks and diamonds.
14. Will you do my dress up at the back, please?
15. You really ought to dress up more, Cal.
16. We don't dress up and go out dancing.
17. Sleaze trying to dress up as quality.
18. But it is not an offence to dress up as a policeman unless the uniform is used for personal gain.sentencedict.com/dress up.html
19. Dress up nice and meet me at the bookstore at two.
20. Some even suggested they might dress up a bit during Super Bowl week.
21. At midday all the people from Amantani dress up in traditional costume and they go up to the two centres.
22. In the US it is traditional to dress up in costumes on Halloween.
23. Fashion is not only a kind of appearance, or an inner, popular may not be suitable for you, but according to their own characteristics to dress up yourself, you belong to that kind, mature, lady, or simple and natural, or pure, or movement, a fact that can all be fashionable.
24. There are some spare hangers in the wardrobe if you want to hang your dress up.
25. It's a small informal party - you don't have to dress up.
26. I keep a box of old clothes for the children to dress up in.
27. There's a lot of cross-dressing in British pantomimes, where men dress up as Dames and a woman plays the part of the young hero.
28. No one breakfasts in ball gowns anymore, but many people still dress up for the afternoon races.
29. Never mind what they say, luv, if you want to dress up as a woman that's your business.
30. Inspired by the Sixties, we asked a few brave souls to take the plunge and dress up like latter-day Twiggys.
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