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Definition of Tressed

Tressed
Tressed Tressed, a. 1. Having tresses. 2. Formed into ringlets or braided; braided; curled. --Spenser. Drayton.

Meaning of Tressed from wikipedia

- Tress may refer to: Arthur Tress (born 1940), American photographer David Tress (born 1955), British artist Kyle Tress (born 1940), American skeleton racer...
- Oliver James Mark Tress (born May 1967) is a British businessman and the founder and head of the UK retail chain Oliver Bonas. He was educated at Marlborough...
- TRESS 90 (1990–1996) was a Norwegian software project meant to be the replacement for INFOTRYGD, a case-worker support system, used by the Norwegian National...
- Christian. "Tress Way". Oklahoma Sooners. Retrieved September 29, 2014. "Tress Way, Union , Punter". 247Sports. Retrieved January 29, 2019. "Tress Way College...
- the Oliver Bonas retail chain, which was founded by her husband Oliver Tress. In June 2019 she received a parliamentary p**** as a member of Han****'s...
- Madeleine Tress (1932–2009) was an American employment lawyer, LGBT rights activist and memoirist who worked in Washington D.C. and San Francisco. She...
- David Tress (born 11 April 1955)[citation needed] is a British artist noted particularly for his deeply personal interpretations of landscapes in and...
- W MacNeikle and Teressa C Payne, 1974. "Tress MacNeille". Voice Chasers. Retrieved September 26, 2020. "Tress MacNeille - 979 Character Images". Behind...
- AMD TressFX is a software library which provides for advanced simulation and rendering of hair, fur, and gr**** to be processed by the GPU. The initial...
- In continuum mechanics, stress is a physical quantity that expresses the internal forces that neighbouring particles of a continuous material exert on...