robe

Part of speech: verb

To put a robe upon; clothe.

Part of speech: noun

A long, loose, flowing garment; a lap covering for use in a carriage.

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Usage examples "robe":

  1. And I chose a bright green robe, with an under- robe of light blue which was seen here and there, and a light blue sword- belt. - "Tales of Three Hemispheres", Lord Dunsany.
  2. Then the man who came out of the gully began to wave a robe. - "Three Sioux Scouts", Elmer Russell Gregor.
  3. Slipping on a bath robe, Mr. Brown went to the back door of the automobile. - "Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue on an Auto Tour", Laura Lee Hope.