“The “cors-a-let” that she wore when dressed up squeezed her fat out of her middle, down into her butt, and up into her back.”
“Reimagine your look with the tank in these five unforeseen pairings that will refresh almost any outfit, completely dressed up or totally cooled down.”
“On his arrival at Manassas he looked "like a raw backwoodsman, dressed up in an ill-fitting uniform," but physically he filled out rapidly and socially he learned fast.”
“A month later, I went as Captain Funhook for Halloween in Aspen, and was delighted when I ran into a fellow climber dressed up as Aron Ralston, post-self-surgery.”
“Nikki had seen the culprit, a down-on-his-luck mountaineer named Cubby Holden, arrested, his apparatus hauled out into the yard and smashed by husky young deputies dressed up like Tommy Tactical action figures.”
“Might as well have been dressed up like Cary Grant in To Catch a Thief, standing around on a second-story balcony smoking and flipping a half-dollar.”
“Vodka: And nothing, or dressed up as a Black Russian.”
“Most were dressed up as Christian prayers, invoking the trinity or the Virgin or Saint Brigid, but retained their old shapes from the time before trinities had anything to do with Christ.”
“My friends Dana Clark and Heidi Quante and I got dressed up and headed there.”
“The painter was now dressed up with a mantilla on his head and a brassière on his chest and nothing below.”
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