Definition of dressing gown in English:

dressing gown

Line breaks: dress|ing gown

noun

British
A long, loose robe, typically worn after getting out of bed or bathing.
More example sentences
  • At the moment he was dressed in a pair of old slippers and a worn dressing gown, thrown over a set of striped flannel pyjamas.
  • Linen pyjamas and woollen dressing gowns were everywhere.
  • While the guards still wore their uniform, the nobles were in their nightdresses and dressing gowns.

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