- n. Plural form of robe.
“Then there are evening robes in Swiss muslin, robes in linen for the garden and croquet-playing, dresses for horse-races and for yacht-races, _robes de nuit_ and _robes de chambre_, dresses for breakfast and for dinner, dresses for receptions and for parties, dresses for watering-places, and dresses for all possible occasions.”
“So 9 men/women in robes trump the Constituion, the Treason Clause and recognizing Acts of War?”
“Now, the 9 people in robes may get what the law is wrong.”
“Rob Mac: I like the judges in robes walking about for the absurdity of it.”
“That poly blend of their hoods and robes is probably made in China along with the fabric that makes up their Confederate flags.”
“Some claim with certainty that Anjuur prefers to take mortal form as a woman clad head to toe in robes, her face concealed by veils.”
“With his bald head and long nose he resembled a pale vulture, wrapped in robes of blood-crimson and violet.”
“Nor did his surprise lessen when Leclère threw back the robes from the sled, gathered Bâtard into his arms, and staggered across the threshold.”
“None of those Old Men in robes will ever bear a child, nor be called upon against their will to have a fetus on life support from their very body for 9 full months.”
“I was referring to your “challenged guy in robes” as a response to “fear of the Future”.”
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