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redressed

General Crossword Questions for “redressed”

  • Remedied by changed attire
  • Rush outside - clothing repaired

Encyclopedia

  • Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be They work under the direction of a leadman, a set decorator and a production designer. — “Set dresser - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • The house received its most famous make-over in 1964 when it was being redressed for the premiere of the sitcom The Munster's. In 1981 the house was redressed for the television movie The Munster's Revenge. — “Munster Mansion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • At a feast dedicated to Pope Clement VI, one of the Avignon popes, in 1343, one of the entremets was a castle with walls made from roast birds, populated with cooked and redressed deer, wild boar, goat, hare and rabbit.[4] roast piglet, a swan cooked and redressed in its own plumage, a roast. — “Entremet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org

Quotations

  • An injury sharpen'd by an insult, be it to whom it will, makes every man of sentiment a party: I could have leap'd out of the box to have redressed it.–The old French officer did it with much less confusion; for leaning a little over, and nodding to a sentinel, and pointing at the same time with his finger at the distress,–the sentinel made his way to it.–There was no occasion to tell the grievance,–the thing told himself; so thrusting back the German instantly with his musket,–he took the poor dwarf by the hand, and placed him before him.–This is noble! said I, clapping my hands together.–And yet you would not permit this, said the old officer, in England. — “A Sentimental Journey” by Lawrence Sterne
  • Whatever sacrifices it cost, whatever long, weary, heartbreaking delays it involved, the wrong that had been inflicted on her, if mortal means could grapple it, must be redressed without her knowledge and without her help. — “The Woman in White” by Wilkie Collins
  • "I do not know how that about righting wrongs can be," said the bachelor, "for from straight you have made me crooked, leaving me with a broken leg that will never see itself straight again all the days of its life; and the injury you have redressed in my case has been to leave me injured in such a way that I shall remain injured for ever; and the height of misadventure it was to fall in with you who go in search of adventures." — “Don Quixote” by Miguel De Cervantes

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