- v. present participle of disrobe.
“Thorn's disrobing is interrupted by the spontaneous combustion of Bone’s hat, for Fone Bone has been watching in stunned silence from behind a nearby hill (pp. 54-55).”
“Once at night, when Gertrude withdrew to her chamber and before seeking her pillow, prepared to retire as a preliminary to disrobing -- in other words, before going to bed, she flung wide the casement (opened the window) and perceived (saw) the face of”
“No doubt she will immediately begin calling attention to and "disrobing" Obama's about-face on those core left-wing issues ... in addition to aggressively courting the disgruntled Obama-primary-voters who voice their discontent of the presumptive Democratic nominee (daily and by the thousands) where it counts most: Bloggersville.”
“Tall was a quickie, typically without fully disrobing and most often occurring just after the top or bottom of the hour when a new episode had started on the Disney Channel or Nickelodeon.”
“In addition to those apparently court-mandated classes, Sam has found fellowship in a lively support group who enjoys a nice meal and a cocktail before completely disrobing and turning into animals!”
“Muslim tries a butt bomb to blow up a jetliner, all Americans are subject to disrobing and having a full body cavity search?”
“So I just figured I'm going to do everything nude from now on, Kutcher tells her before disrobing.”
“After disrobing to his underwear, shoes and socks, Chen barged into the station master's office to demand an explanation for why he could not buy a ticket after being third in a long line.”
“The disrobing was part of a five-minute public-art performance, "Ocularpation: Wall Street.”
“It was not immediately clear why only three were arrested, but a police official said they were probably singled out for doing more than disrobing.”
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