Examples of frock in a Sentence
please get into your nicest frock and join us at the party
the man clutched his heavy frock as he made his way through the driving rain
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Lest you are left wondering who rules the hive, Rosetta sparkles in a queenly gown inlaid with bling; Marie wears a girlish peach frock.
Cockrell's champagne bubble of a frock is quite literal (Peck sewed dozens of crystal balls onto ivory mesh, albeit far from fragile.
At the first red carpet event of the post-Harvey Weinstein era, actresses still dressed to the fashion hilt but deliberately eschewed colorful frothy frocks as urged by the Time’s Up campaign to end gender and racial inequality.
Outside Paris, Pippa Middleton stole the show at Wimbledon in a pink lace frock, and Heidi Klum somehow made an all-yellow outfit look good.
Using feminism to sell $100 office frocks worked well.
The 12-year-old paired the frock with ankle-length lace-up boots.
This is a departure from the overly feminine frocks by Carolina Herrera and Nina Ricci previously sported by Her Majesty, but well in line with the monarch’s sophisticated approach to suiting for formal occasions.
The place the hosts were conjuring was Lyford Cay, Bahamas; time, present day, but with a feel harking to the '50s with women wearing their finest summery flaired frocks and men in white dinner jackets.
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