robe de chambre[ rawb-duh-shahn-bruh ]SEE DEFINITION OF robe de chambre
Synonyms for robe de chambre
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROBE DE CHAMBRE
He cried like a child; said it was all a sham about his dinner and his robe de chambre.
As you see, I take the liberty of supping in a robe de chambre.
I was in bed, but having flung on my robe de chambre, met him at the door.
All the servants had come down into the courtyard; and Monsieur Chambertin also appeared on his balcony, in his robe de chambre.
In speaking this he catched hold of her again, and attempted to untye a knot which fastened her robe de chambre at the breast.
He was dressed in his robe de chambre and was seated in an armchair with a pile of books before him.
She took off her dress of embroidered white organdie, and put on a robe de chambre.
When madame is seated in the freedom of a wonderful "robe de chambre," her face is expectant, yet pleasant.
It was past three o'clock; she jumped out of bed, and, merely in her slippers and her robe de chambre, descended to the library.
Her lodger girded up his robe de chambre with its red silk cord and advanced with decision through the chaos of birch and hickory.