I mean that I don't want to meet the So-and-so's at your house, morning-dress.
By special request they all came early, and in morning-dress.
In his tennis-flannels he felt like one who has arrived at an evening party in morning-dress.
While Miss Symes was speaking she was changing her morning-dress and putting on a very warm woolen dressing-gown.
She arose early, after a rather restless night, and her first thought was that she had no morning-dress.
Fig. 2d is a morning-dress, that would be very pretty to copy for a bridal wardrobe.
Lady in morning-dress and jaunty breakfast-cap, sadly leaning her head on her hand.
She wore a morning-dress of pink muslin, made simply, and confined at the waist by a band.
Imogen was lying on the bed in her morning-dress, with flushed cheeks and tumbled hair.
Mrs. Erwin herself wore a morning-dress of becoming delicacy, and an airy French cap; she had a light fall of powder on her face.