bathrobe

[ bath-rohb, bahth- ]SEE DEFINITION OF bathrobe
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He wrapped his bathrobe carefully about him and opened the door.

John dropped his bathrobe from his shoulders and went forward.

Then I trailed out in a bathrobe and slippers and lugged him in.

"I threw a bathrobe over my grip in the first place," said Nan.

He flew into the hall where he had left his medicine-case, and Peter ran for a bathrobe.

He was wrapped in a bathrobe and was calmly raising a match to his pipe-bowl.

The medical man came in at once, stopping only to slip on a bathrobe.

It was Penelope, wrapped in a bathrobe, coming down the stairs.

Slipping into her bathrobe, she stole softly down the stairway.

Lets wrap his head and shoulders in this bathrobe, panted Bobby.

WORD ORIGIN

1894, from bath (n.) + robe (n.).

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