Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of gown.

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Examples

  • They bought $5,000 "precaution carts" to make washing, gloving and gowning easy and efficient.

    Wray Herbert: Hand Washing: A Deadly Dilemma

  • They bought $5,000 "precaution carts" to make washing, gloving and gowning easy and efficient.

    Wray Herbert: Hand Washing: A Deadly Dilemma

  • They bought $5,000 "precaution carts" to make washing, gloving and gowning easy and efficient.

    Wray Herbert: Hand Washing: A Deadly Dilemma

  • They bought $5,000 "precaution carts" to make washing, gloving and gowning easy and efficient.

    Wray Herbert: Hand Washing: A Deadly Dilemma

  • Nor could he fail, as she crossed the floor, to see two women: one, the grand lady, the mistress of the Big House; one, the lovely equestrienne statue beneath the dull-blue, golden-trimmed gown, that no gowning could ever make his memory forget.

    CHAPTER X

  • "Instead, we must bend our minds to the problem of gowning you appropriately."

    Gatlinburg

  • Moving from the cafeteria through the locker rooms and hallways to the inner sanctum of the formulating rooms involved a series of clothing changes we called "gowning up."

    Going Viral

  • Everything was very heavy, and after gowning, the worst part of the job was hoisting the containers from the cart to the countertop and back again.

    Going Viral

  • HOLMES: They are supposed to be the golden years, but for many empty nesters looking forward to retirement, gowning expenses and shrinking 401 (k) s forcing them to put their plans on hold.

    CNN Transcript May 18, 2008

  • No, the idea behind all the gowning and gloving and alcohol spraying — the goal of pretty much every technique we employed, actually — was to protect the viruses and bacteria from us.

    Going Viral

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