- 1The arrangement of an attractive display in a shop window.More example sentences
- However, Elfi did also enjoy dress design, interior design and window dressing and these courses did receive the maternal nod, and she graduated with qualifications in them all.
- Simon is the head baker of the family, while Julie - also currently studying interior design - has become something of an expert on window dressing.
- 1.1An adroit but superficial or actually misleading presentation of something, designed to create a favorable impression: the government’s effort has amounted to little more than window dressingMore example sentences
- Or was it, as his rivals claim, merely window dressing designed to conceal as well as reveal?
- The professional guidelines that news organizations have developed through the years are more than just a form of fancy window dressing designed to disguise the hidden political agendas of reporters and anchormen.
- Superficially, there may appear to be a change but it takes more than window dressing to affect real change.
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