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Definition of "robed" []

  • Any loose flowing garment, esp the official vestment of a peer, judge, or academic (noun)
  • A dressing gown or bathrobe (noun)
  • A wardrobe (noun)
  • To put a robe, etc, on (oneself or someone else); dress (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of robe. (verb)

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  • Wearing a robe. (adjective)

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Use "robed" in a sentence
  • "A wreath of pearl gleamed through her hair, and lace and satin robed her peerless form – the tinge upon her cheek might not have been so bright as once it was, but to me she was lovely – more of mind was blended with the feelings of the heart, and gave a higher tone to her beauty."
  • "It reads like the plot of a bad conspiracy-themed action novel, wherein robed men give booming speeches about Protecting God’s Church At All Costs while minor henchmen destroy documents and arrange for naysayers to be ‘disappeared.’"
  • "Getting "robed" (putting the robes on with the chancellor and other professors) was ... well ... our seven year old daughter who sneaked into the back room looked at all of us in these thick black robes said, "This looks just like Harry Potter.""