from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A loose-fitting robe worn before and after bathing and for lounging.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A robe usually made of terrycloth intended to be worn to preserve modesty when there is no immediate need to fully dress.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a loose-fitting robe of towelling; worn after a bath or swim
She was clad in what he called a bathrobe, and what she called an
She was clad in what he called a bathrobe, and what she called an Arabian burnoose, of black embroidered with dull-gold crescents and stars, showing a V of exquisite flesh at her throat.
Undaunted by the tragedies about to go down, Cross, dressed in a comfy bathrobe, is checking e-mail on her BlackBerry while exchanging giggles with Delany.
Stayed in bathrobe because I have a bag full of clothes to try on, too, and this way it's a reward for getting the story done.
Don’t they know that a bathrobe is not a pair of pajamas?
Katie Holmes is about as believable as an assistant DA as the guy who hangs out on my corner in a bathrobe is as a judge.
Shower shoes and a shower caddy are a must and a bathrobe is a good idea.
A man who gets to call a bathrobe his business attire must be doing something right.
But for this year's autumn collection, Donna Karan says she chose to show layered ensembles featuring several pieces in gauzy, flowing fabrics such as a "wisp dress" made of silk chiffon jersey and "bathrobe" dresses.
I thought it was a lovely dress and doesn't look anything at all like my bathrobe which is a Teddy Bear print, present from my MIL.
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