Dress-making in a sentence

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How to use dress-making in a sentence. Dress-making pronunciation.

What I advise is, that you should first of all advertise for a dress-making concern that would admit a partner with a small capital.
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Only Holl's and a new upstart draper, who had widely advertised his dress-making department, were really flourishing.
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Miss Moseley, who came into the house to help to do the dress-making, acquired daily accessions of importance from the developments with regard to Miss Ophelia's wardrobe which she had been enabled to make.
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I can do dress-making very well; and I understand fine washing and ironing; and between us we can find something to live on.
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The apprentice is nearer the long long thoughts of boyhood, and his imagination rides cap-a-pie through the chambers of his brain, seeking some knightly quest in honour of that Fair Lady, the last but one of the girl apprentices to the dress-making upstairs.
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With perfect composure she walked along by the side of this strapping, quackish young woman dressed in the oddest garments known to the art of dress-making.
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Terrible as war itself, but new, that hat of hers, which probably represented a good deal of looking into windows and pricing; and her gown of the cheapest material, drooping from her round shoulders, is the product of the poor dress-making skill of hands which show only too well who does all the housework at home.
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Examples of Dress-making

Example #1
That's a great and sound basis to start on.
Example #2
You'll have between ten and twelve hundred replies, but don't be staggered; go through them carefully, and select a shop that's well situated, and doing a respectable trade.
Example #3
The confectionery half of Mr. Brindley's business was disappearing.
Example #4
And, of those kept open, the majority were struggling desperately to make ends meet.
Example #5
It was credibly ascertained that Squire Sinclare, as his name was commonly contracted in the neighborhood, had counted out fifty dollars, and given them to Miss Ophelia, and told her to buy any clothes she thought best; and that two new silk dresses, and a bonnet, had been sent for from Boston.
Example #6
When however, the fact that she had resolved to go was fully before the public mind, she was solemnly invited out to tea by all her friends and neighbors for the space of a fortnight, and her prospects and plans duly canvassed and inquired into.