Examples of dress down in a Sentence
dressed down for boorish behavior at the dance
Recent Examples of dress down from the Web
Instead of going for something formal, Bey effortlessly dressed down the statement shoes in the best way -- by rocking them with a $1,020 Y/Project hoodie, $495 Balenciaga t-shirt, and a $1,495 MCM crossbody bag.
The students wear school uniforms and look for opportunities to dress down.
Just this week, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke dressed down the leader of a California park for deigning to represent scientific consensus on the matter in a tweet.
Politico first reported in July that Mr. Sessions had once offered his resignation letter, but the circumstances that prompted the letter — and Mr. Trump’s dressing down of the attorney general — have not previously been reported.
Full-on cozy has its place—your house on Christmas morning, moments after ordering Thai delivery for six—but this ever-so-corporate way of dressing down is infinitely more versatile.
Meanwhile, Disick dressed down in a matching Adidas sweatsuit — a brand which Richie is currently the face of — with white sneakers and sunglasses.
Facebook’s chief of security Alex Stamos took to Twitter over the weekend in a candid outburst that dressed down journalists and academics for making facile assumptions about how tech firms operate.
For Maison Margiela’s Spring 2018 collection, which was actually all about subverting average, day-to-day attire, John Galliano sent striped, mixed material hem polo shirt dresses down the runway.
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First Known Use of dress down
dress down Synonyms
bawl out, berate, call down, castigate, chastise, chew out, flay, hammer, jaw, keelhaul, lambaste (or lambast), lecture, rag, rail (at or against), rant (at), rate, ream (out), rebuke, reprimand, reproach, scold, score, tongue-lash, upbraid;
abuse, assail, attack, bad-mouth, blame, blast, censure, condemn, criticize, crucify, denounce, dis (also diss) [slang], excoriate, fault, harangue, knock, lace (into), lash, pan, reprehend, revile, scourge, slam, vituperate;
lay into, read the riot act (to), take to task;
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