dress uniform


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dress uniform

n
(Military) military formal ceremonial uniform

dress′ u′niform


n.
a uniform worn for formal occasions.
[1895–1900]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dress uniform - a military uniform worn on formal occasionsdress uniform - a military uniform worn on formal occasions
dress blues, dress whites - a dress uniform for formal occasions
military uniform - prescribed identifying uniform for soldiers
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
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May be it is many-coloured, too: if one takes the dress uniforms, military and civilian, of all peoples in all ages--that alone is worth something, and if you take the undress uniforms you will never get to the end of it; no historian would be equal to the job.
I saw only an occasional profile as now and then a bolder spirit among them turned to survey the apartment and the gorgeous assemblage of officers in their brilliant dress uniforms.
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Miranda also handed Duterte a set of Army battle dress uniform as a token for his support to the unit.
WHEN we looked at Woods's picture in his Paras dress uniform, it didn't seem right.
Regiments of soldiers in dress uniform and elaborate floats are slowly making their way through city streets.
Dressed in the No1 dress uniform of the Blues and Royals, the emotional prince placed a wooden cross with 100,000 others and saluted.
VICTIM: Right, Fusilier Lee Rigby at Woolwich rail station on the day of his death and, inset, in dress uniform
Harry, a Captain in the British Army, wore his Household Cavalry's Blues and Royals No 1 dress uniform and the light blue beret of the Army Air Corps.
Ian Grigg was also presented with framed photographs of the Blyth Volunteer Life Brigade as it was known then in 1903, and the current Coastguard Rescue Team in both dress uniform and workwear in 2013.
Also included is a full dress uniform and other objects which have been donated by Mr Rai and other members of the Gurkha community.
Guardsman Jatinderpal Singh Bhullar made history by appearing on guard in "Buck House" wearing a turban instead of the tradition bearskin with his dress uniform.