from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A loose dress designed to be worn in bed by women; a nightgown.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A nightgown.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. lingerie consisting of a loose dress designed to be worn in bed by women
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In spite of the cold, I was barefoot and wearing only a coarse white cotton nightrobe.
In disarrayed nightrobe I leap to bare feet and essay
He took the advice and Cornelia dried herself before wrapping herself up in her thick nightrobe.
She moved quickly to the window and pushed it up, then turned away, picking up her discarded nightrobe and throwing it around her shoulders.
When Lord Fenner entered the room, dressed in his nightrobe, Halla's heart skipped at the sight of his angry, stiff expression.
When she raised it, his white nightrobe was stained with blood where her lips had touched, and where the thin open wound in the neck had sent forth drops.
Cataldise, wearing a nightrobe, sat on a footstool in front of her favorite fireside armchair.
Though she was well into middle age, her body was still erect and firm, beautiful in her silken nightrobe.
His eyes were fixed on me instead; or, to be specific, on the spot where my nightrobe parted, several inches lower than strict modesty might dictate, strict modesty hardly seeming necessary in bed with one's husband.
Plainly embarrassed by the necessity of riding astride, she kept tucking the folds of her nightrobe under her thighs, in a vain attempt to hide the fact that she had legs.
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