I propose that we act on tress's suggestion, and go and make inquiries of him.
She lifted a tress on her forefinger and smoothed it against the sunlight.
The more I examined the pipe the more amazed I was at tress's generosity.
The glory of the pipe, as tress had suggested, lay in its carving.
That tress and the Bible which inclosed it had made Hugh Worthington a better man.
I could see that Brasher did not altogether like the tone in which tress repeated his words.
The river continues its course, carrying on the surface of its waters the tress, which diffuses a delicious odour.
If tress chose to poison the man, it was his affair, not mine.
Not a tress of her elaborate braids of hair was out of place; not a fold awry in her dress.
tress had filled the pipe, and handed it, with a lighted match, to Bob.
late 13c., "long lock of hair," from Old French tresse "a plait or braid of hair" (12c.), perhaps from Vulgar Latin *trichia "braid, rope," from Greek trikhia "rope," from thrix (genitive trikhos) "hair." Related: Tresses.