A long, loose outer garment
they put on their robes after swimming
To dress (a person) in new clothing; to put a robe back on (a person). Frequently refl.
A thick blanket or pelt used for warming the lap and legs while traveling or sitting outdoors
A type of sleeved dress, especially one worn by girls or young women.
(Among North American Indians) a Christian priest, especially a missionary.
A garment worn at night or in bed. Also in plural Now: specifically a dressing gown.
A rug, cloak, or blanket made from the dressed hide of a North American bison
A room used for changing into or for storing official robes.
(Usually in plural) a garment worn in readiness for one's ascension to heaven (in imitation of the appearance of Christ's garments at his transfiguration); specifically a muslin robe worn amongst the Millerites in the expectation of the advent of Christ.
A nightdress or nightgown.
A robe worn by a public penitent.
A type of evening gown with a tight bodice and a long bouffant skirt, fashionable especially in the 1920s and 1930s.
In pre-revolutionary France: a family founded by a lawyer or one having a legal tradition; a legal family.
A dressing gown or nightdress.
Designating various things that are French in style, manner, or origin.