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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gown.
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- adj. Dressed in a gown; clad.
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- adj. wearing a gown
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The operating theatre, Cho gowned and chatty, the nurse counting backwards with him from one hundred.
There was one doctor with his back to the door and two additional figures, gowned and masked passing instruments in response to barked instructions.
And the crazy family stuff, complete with a motherly white-haired and gowned Sherri Moon, seems to be an amalgamation of queues from FRIDAY THE 13TH, THE CHAIN SAW MASSACRE, and PSYCHO.
Still, she thinks her winged, gowned angel, with hands clasped in prayer, can become an icon around the country.
Emily Travis was dainty and delicate and rare, and whether in London or Klondike she gowned herself as befitted the daughter of a millionnaire mining engineer.
Perhaps it was with the hope of narrowing it that she yielded to his persuasions to go to night school and business college and to have herself gowned by a wonderful dressmaker who charged outrageous prices.
The women were gowned beautifully, I admit; but to my naive surprise I discovered that they were of the same clay as all the rest of the women I had known down below in the cellar.
It is true, these beautifully gowned, beautiful women prattled sweet little ideals and dear little moralities; but in spite of their prattle the dominant key of the life they lived was materialistic.
They were brightly gowned, bedecked in laces and bows; their young faces were alight with mischief.
Corrag arrives gowned in spider webs and twigs, and the sparks between her and Alasdair, the chief's son, could set the fields ablaze.