disrobe[ dis-rohb ]SEE DEFINITION OF disrobe
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How I love you in the robes That disrobe so well your charms!
They were then seized with something approaching a panic, and hastened to disrobe.
The actor is bidden to disrobe and wash off his powder and paint: he will not be wanted any more.
"Will it please your Majesty graciously to disrobe," said the impostors.
Can you disrobe, before these soldiers, without getting off your horse?
You may be sure that he will not disrobe except to go to dinner.
When it sheds its petals, the flower seems to disrobe and go to sleep on the earth.
Goddesses cannot disrobe, because their attributes are their substance.
“I had no idea it was so late,” and she jumped up to disrobe.
"I have had a lovely day," said Barbara, as Annette assisted her to disrobe.