Dreggy to Dyspnœa

Dreggy, a. Muddy, turpid, dirty, feculent, foul.

Dregs, n. pl.

    1. Sediment, lees, grounds, draff, feculence.
    2. Dross, scum, refuse, draff.

Drench, v. a.

    1. Saturate, soak, steep, imbrue, wet thoroughly, wet through, wet through and through.
    2. Physic, purge.

Drenching, n. Soaking, wetting, ducking.

Dress, v. a.

    1. Align, make straight.
    2. Adjust, arrange, dispose, set or put in order.
    3. Prepare, fit, make suitable or fit, get ready, make ready.
    4. Clothe, array, attire, apparel, accoutre, robe, rig, trick out.
    5. Adorn, deck, decorate, embellish, trim, set out, set off.

Dress, v. n. Get or put on one’s clothes, make one’s toilet, attire one’s self.

Dress, n.

    1. Clothes, clothing, raiment, garments, garb, guise, habit, apparel, attire, habiliment, vesture, suit, costume.
    2. Array, fine clothes, rich garments, elegant attire.
    3. (Lady’s) gown.

Dress-coat, n. Body-coat, swallow-tailed coat.

Dressing, n.

    1. Preparing, putting in order.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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