To dress as or cause to resemble a dandy.(verb-transitive)
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Use "dandify" in a sentence
"Was she going to the races or a match, or a kettle-drum, that she must dandify herself with particular shades of color?"
"You wouldn't think anyone could dandify the mixing of that drink, but Oldan has a trick where he wets his palm and presses the soda can to his skin until it forms a seal."