dude up

dude up

To dress formally, perhaps more formally than usual. A reflexive pronoun can be used between "dude" and "up." You need to dude yourself up for this event tonight—a suit and tie would be appropriate. I duded up for the birthday party and was embarrassed to find the other guests in shorts and t-shirts.
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duded up

Dressed formally, perhaps more formally than usual. You need to be duded up for this event tonight—a suit and tie would be appropriate. I got all duded up for the birthday party and was embarrassed to find the other guests in shorts and t-shirts.
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dude ( oneself ) up

Sl. to dress in fancy or stylish clothing. I have to go dude myself up for the party. I'm not going to dude up tonight. Why don't you dude yourself up so we can go out tonight?
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duded up

Sl. dressed up. She got all duded up in her fanciest dancing dress. He hates fancy clothes. He didn't even get duded up for his own wedding.
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dude (oneself) up

tv. to dress in fancy or stylish clothing. Why don’t you dude yourself up so we can go out tonight?
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dude up

verb
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dude up

in. to dress up. (Possibly as in doo-ed up.) Let’s get all duded up and go out.
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duded up

mod. dressed up. He hates fancy clothes. He didn’t even get duded up for his own wedding.
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But some dude up the street, after Jason taught me how to ollie, he tried to teach me how to kickflip like years later, and he put his toe pointed up at the nose, heel pointed back at the tail right on the edge of the board so it was like slalom foot, and he would kick his whole leg down.
I remember the whole way back you were like, 'I'm going to tuck this dude up.