Definition of "unrobe" [un•robe]

  • To disrobe, to undress. (verb)

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Use "unrobe" in a sentence
  • "YOU, for instance, would not care (pray pardon my bluntness) to unrobe yourself before the public eye; and in the same way, the poor man does not like to be pried at or questioned concerning his family relations, and so forth."
  • "Hitherto (I concluded) she had looked upon me in the same light that the old Empress did upon her servant — the Empress who hesitated not to unrobe herself before her slave, since she did not account a slave a man."
  • "And the deacons came in and began to unrobe him, and took from him the alb and the girdle, the maniple and the stole."