That dresses well; characterized by fashionable, attractive clothes.(adjective)
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Use "well-dressed" in a sentence
"California police and the FBI are on the hunt for a dapper man dubbed the "well-dressed bandit" who has held up banks 10 times in the last year."
"In wealthier neighborhoods, “there were many more well-dressed and highly-dressed coloured people than white; and among this dark gentry the finest French cloths, embroidered waistcoats, patent-leather shoes, resplendent brooches, silk hats, kid gloves, and eau de mille-fleurs, were quite common.”"
"Here all the prostitutes reside, among whom are many fine well-dressed women, and it is remarkable that they live in much greater cordiality one with another than any nests of that kind do in Britain or Ireland."