I may add that my mother tells me she has often had her court-dress altered on the very morning of the "Drawing-Room."
A little more and she would have ordered a court-dress of gold brocade.
Altogether he looked like an Eastern genie in an English court-dress—an uncommon sight in the times I write of.
"Mr. Ashe says he will, if he may wear just court-dress," said the maid, smiling.
For this purpose she had to sit on my bed, in her court-dress and hooped petticoats.
I was greatly indebted to Noah, for his dexterity in helping me to a good fit with my court-dress.
Knee′-breech′es, breeches extending to just below the knee, as in court-dress.
It fits me snugly, like a comfortable, well-worn dressing-gown; and I prefer it to a court-dress.
After a proper delay, the king made his appearance in all the paraphernalia of African court-dress.
When he was married, and when the young prince was born, they went to the Tuileries in their court-dress.