dressing glass ExamplesWord Origin noun
- a small, adjustable mirror designed to stand on a dressing table.
Origin of dressing glass First recorded in 1705–15 Examples from the Web for dressing glass Historical Examples of dressing glass
Weak, stiff, and ill, I surveyed myself in my dressing-glass.
Why have you crammed up one of your windows with a dressing-glass?
Margaret L. Woods
Minny, wheel my little chair in front of the dressing-glass.
I sprung over to the dressing-glass, which had been replaced, and oh: horror of horrors!
The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete
Charles James Lever (1806-1872)
See him seated before his dressing-glass, a mahogany-framed sliding cheval glass with brass arms on either sides for candles.
Dion Clayton Calthrop