A loose-fitting robe worn before and after bathing and for lounging.(noun)
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Use "bathrobe" in a sentence
"She was clad in what he called a bathrobe, and what she called an"
"She was clad in what he called a bathrobe, and what she called an Arabian burnoose, of black embroidered with dull-gold crescents and stars, showing a V of exquisite flesh at her throat."
"Undaunted by the tragedies about to go down, Cross, dressed in a comfy bathrobe, is checking e-mail on her BlackBerry while exchanging giggles with Delany."