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noun as in robe, dress

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As masks, gloves, shields and gowns break down, they’ll produce a deluge of tiny plastics.

The Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum has displayed high-school-graduation gowns and local restaurant menus, with the same seriousness and staging another museum would give a famous painting.

The Texas Organization of Rural & Community Hospitals also helped her procure masks and gowns, as did one patient who ordered supplies from overseas.

I did not have a single — really — I didn’t have a single N95 mask, surgical mask, isolation gown, nitrile glove.

Instead of donning and removing protective masks, gowns and other gear many times a day, nurses spend their entire 12-hour shifts in protective equipment.

In April, the 19-year-old brunette in an emerald gown was crowned Miss Honduras.

Michelle Obama wore her first de la Renta gown this month, after he had criticized her fashion choices last year.

He proceeded to personally change her gown and placed her in a wheelchair for the move.

While caring for patients, clinical staff is heavily robed with gown and apron; three pairs of gloves; a hood; and goggles.

The Fashion Icon winner lived up to her reputation in a sparkly, see-through, and utterly fabulous gown.

That she had her definite reason he knew, as a woman knows when another woman is wearing a last year's gown.

And then indeed he put on his night-gown, and went to Smithfield, the place where his relation dwelt.

She was in a soiled dressing gown of purple flannel, with several of the buttons off.

She wore a gown of white tulle upon whose floating surface were a few dark-blue lilies.

Her head, set off by her dainty white gown, suggested a rich, rare blossom.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gown, such as: costume, frock, garb, garment, clothes, and habit.

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