verb dis·robe \(ˌ)dis-ˈrōb\

: to remove your clothes

: to remove the clothes of (someone)

Full Definition of DISROBE

intransitive verb
:  to take off one's clothing
transitive verb
:  to strip of clothing or covering

Examples of DISROBE

  1. She disrobed and stepped into the bathtub.
  2. <the doctor instructed the patient to disrobe himself before the examination>

Origin of DISROBE

Middle French desrober, from des- dis- + robe garment, from Old French
First Known Use: 1581


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