To dress fancily; doll up: He would have been feeling much better if he were dogged out in a new outfit (1930s+)
"Richard, I would not turn a dog out to go two or three miles on such a night as this," impulsively uttered Mr. Carlyle.
He brought the dog out, giving no expression to his own theory.
To let the dog out is the same as our letting the cat out; to run against a nail is allied to kicking against the pricks.
I've been working like a dog—out with the diving crew—shell, you know.
He ordered the dog out of the water and made him lie still at a little distance on the ice.
They passed through a gate into an orchard, and shut the dog out.
After that, whenever they saw a dog out in the street, they looked anxiously at him, especially if he looked like Splash.
Vanslyperken finished his toilet, and then turned the dog out of the bed.
Burns kindly led the dog out, and as he was going he said, ‘I wish I could find a lassie to loe me as well as my dog.’
"It's not a fit night to turn a dog out," he said to himself, aloud.