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Definition of "disrobing" [disrobing]

  • Present participle of disrobe. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "disrobing" in a sentence
  • "Thorn's disrobing is interrupted by the spontaneous combustion of Bone’s hat, for Fone Bone has been watching in stunned silence from behind a nearby hill (pp. 54-55)."
  • "Once at night, when Gertrude withdrew to her chamber and before seeking her pillow, prepared to retire as a preliminary to disrobing -- in other words, before going to bed, she flung wide the casement (opened the window) and perceived (saw) the face of"
  • "No doubt she will immediately begin calling attention to and "disrobing" Obama's about-face on those core left-wing issues ... in addition to aggressively courting the disgruntled Obama-primary-voters who voice their discontent of the presumptive Democratic nominee (daily and by the thousands) where it counts most: Bloggersville."