Definition of bathrobe in English:

bathrobe

Syllabification: bath·robe
Pronunciation: /ˈbaTHˌrōb
 
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noun

  • A robe, typically made of terry cloth, worn especially before and after taking a bath.
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    • The startled cousins suddenly stop as they see the woman in a white terrycloth bathrobe sitting at the bottom of the stairs on the fourth floor landing.
    • Whistling to himself, he left the bathroom and entered the guest suite once more, wearing a sumptuous terrycloth bathrobe.
    • He came out of the sweat box before beginning his daily riding assignments, wrapped in a terry-cloth white bathrobe.

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