from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Milit., the uniform prescribed to be worn on occasions of ceremony.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Preteens clustered near the church door, joking with the police officers, whose dress-uniform caps stayed crisp in the rain.
The door signal buzzed as Reyes was making a final check of his dress-uniform decorations.
Filippovich, the Postmaster, Luka Lukich, Dobchinsky and Bobchinsky in full dress-uniform.
BATF carels, manned by tax-collection agents of the Bureau of Access Time Functions, carefully clad in dress-uniform red, lined the route into and out of Primary Precinct.
Odo had acquired, at twenty-two, a nobility of carriage not incompatible with the boyish candour of his gaze, and becomingly set off by the brilliant dress-uniform of a lieutenant in one of the provincial regiments.
Visits of ceremony are made in full dress-uniform for an officer and evening costume for a civilian.
Some of the generals and colonels were in their hussar dress-uniform, which is not only exceedingly becoming to a well-formed man, but also extremely splendid and costly.