To be dressed in drag

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Definition

to be dressed in drag: to be wearing the clothes of the opposite sex
idiom
Everyone has to come to the party in drag. Men have to wear women's clothing, and women have to wear men's!

Don't confuse it with:

to drag to pull

Examples

  • "The Greenback & Trust branch, located on Fell Street, was robbed at 11:14 AM by three teenage boys dressed in drag and carrying kitchen knives."

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