Thesaurus / robed

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When it is eventually time again to check in, throw on a robe and call down for a club sandwich.

When Lorelai finally convinces Emily to steal a spa robe as a symbol of their time there, it’s one of their warmest and most hopeful semi-reconciliations.

Every episode of Gilmore Girls, rankedConstance GradyOctober 6, 2020Vox

A clever inside tie makes sure the robe doesn’t shift or slip.

When I was here some years ago it was May, the hawthorn hedges were in bloom, and the whole country was robed in tender green.

A Year in EuropeWalter W. Moore

So saying, she arose and robed herself, and went to the bridal chamber.

A small copper figure of our Blessed Lord, crowned and robed, with eyes open, and arms extended.

She then found that Mary had robed herself and was lying in bed with her head covered, apparently asleep.

The peers, robed in gold and ermine, were marshalled by the heralds under Garter King-at-Arms.

They were fairies, exquisite in shape and fineness, robed in flowing gossamer of many colours.

She held her child on her knees as she took off the pink symbol of dawn and robed her anew.

The Hills of RefugeWill N. Harben

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