The 1960 pink canvas shown here, called “Concetto spaziale, Attese,” seems too fancy-dress for its slashing to be taken seriously.
They are going to have a fancy-dress ball on board, I believe, before we get to Aden.
She turned the simplest gathering to a fancy-dress ball, he decided.
The grievance reached its height when William said he was going to Hucknall Torkard—considered a low town—to a fancy-dress ball.
He had dressed up, one might suppose, for some fancy-dress ball.
Is it an offence to go to a fancy-dress ball in a police officer's uniform?
She desired that the affair should be quite perfect; it was to be a fancy-dress ball.
On the day after the review a fancy-dress ball was to be given at Court.
It was to be a fancy-dress ball, and all were to wear masks.
It reminded him of the fancy-dress party he had once been to with Helen, when he wore a Pierrot's dress and felt very silly in it.