dressy

Part of speech: adjective

Fond of dress; showy; elegant.

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Usage examples "dressy":

  1. On the following evening, after another tiresome day spent in boring the Board of Visitors, came the evening promenade, a solemnly joyous and very dressy affair. - "Dave Darrin's Fourth Year at Annapolis", H. Irving Hancock.
  2. Evidently she was very dressy or she would not have had to take up two double beds and all the chairs with her clothes. - "A House Party with the Tucker Twins", Nell Speed.
  3. I like that sort of a party better than the big, dressy ones. - "Two Little Women on a Holiday", Carolyn Wells.