Definition of Dressmakings

1. dressmaking [n] - See also: dressmaking



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dressmakings

dressing stick
dressing sticks
dressing table
dressing tables
dressing up
dressingroom
dressingrooms
dressings
dressless
dresslike
dressmaker
dressmaker's ham
dressmaker's model
dressmakers
dressmaking
dressmakings (current term)
dressy
drest
dret
dretch
dretful
dreul
dreuled
dreuling
dreuls
dreve
drever
drevil
drevill
drevills

Literary usage of Dressmakings

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1. The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and by Andrew Kippis, William Godwin, George Robinson (1819)
"constant rehearsals and dressmakings, and studying plays and attitudes, the most appropriate occupations for the mother of a family. ..."

2. Biennial Report by Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics (1893)
"... cf Women in Clothing Manufacture. a dressmakings weeks at $4 per week.132. * Domestic 10 weeks at ta per week and board. «M. In another establishment 10 ..."

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