gown[ goun ]SEE DEFINITION OF gown
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOWN
See to my gown, the third that I have befouled within the week.
"Stay though, my friend, it was his gown," objected Alleyne.
A combination of crocuses and snow on the ground had given her an inspiration for a gown.
There might have been a night gown in it, and there might not.
The soft white folds of her woman's gown fell loosely about her.
I did not hold her hand, or so much as touch her gown with my knee or foot.
And Philip fell on his knees and grasped the train of her gown.
If you was not a parson, I would not take these words; but your gown protects you.
He was carrying his gown and hood—I suppose it was that—on his arm.
No, no, he could not divest himself of that gown which clung so tightly to his flesh.