Dress Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Dress V1 V2 V3

Dress Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Dress V1 V2 V3



  • Put on one’s clothes.(verb)
  • Decorate (something) in an artistic or attractive way.(verb)
  • Clean, treat, or apply a dressing to (a wound)(verb)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)

put on clothes, don clothes, slip into clothes, clothe oneself, get dressed, decorate, adorn, ornament, trim, deck, bedeck, embellish, beautify, prettify, array, festoon, garland, rig, drape, bandage, cover, bind, bind up, wrap, swaddle, swathe, prepare, get ready, make ready, fertilize, add fertilizer to, feed, enrich, manure, mulch, compost, top-dress, line up, put in line, align, straighten, arrange, put into order, dispose, set out, get into columns, get into rows, frock, gown, robe, shift, clothes, clothing, garments, attire, costume, outfit, ensemble, garb, turnout,

Example Sentences with dress
  • How much is the dress on display in the window?
  • Jessica’s dress is new but hers is old.
  • Does she want many dresses?
  • The woman who is with the red dress asking me the address was very beautiful.
  • Amy’s and Ricky’s dressing rooms were painted green and white.
  • She had to alter her dress by herself.
  • You have to dress yourself.
  • She bought herself a new dress.
  • This is a genuine cow leather dress.
  • Steve got dressed quickly.
  • My teacher wore a beautiful dress.
  • Jessica spilled her drink all over my dress.
  • Jessica’s dress is drying in the sun.
  • I have to dress up.
  • You’re not dressed.
  • She was dressed in red.
  • He dressed up as a woman.
  • All of the men were dressed similarly to Alex.
  • Jessica ripped her dress on a branch.
  • Will you entertain the guests while I get dressed?
  • Jessica selected a hat to match her new dress.
  • Spring. Blooms break forth from the startled earth. The sky laughs. The trees, abashed, dress themselves in verdant green. And the heavens are lush with starts. Redeem the time, the stars sing down.
  • Whether selling a new song, a new food, or a new crib, the lesson is the same: If you dress a new something in old habits, it’s easier for the public to accept it.
  • She wore a beautiful, white, wedding dress.
  • She asked whether I liked her dress.
  • Those dresses used to be mine.
  • Why not buy a dress?