Recent Examples of bathrobe from the Web
Other more humble gifts included gingerbread figures of Charles and Diana from a primary school; a carpet sweeper; picnic baskets; and white bathrobes embroidered with the bride and groom’s names.
The film features a subject also named Olivier Wright, who is first seen huddled, bearded, and clad in a bathrobe in an apartment littered with trash and empty bottles.
The rooms come with Trump branded bathrobes, stationery and mouthwash.
Located at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and La Brea Avenue, the sculpture features the disgraced producer—clothed only in a bathrobe and slippers—reclining on a chaise lounge with an Oscar statuette in hand.
Rooms feature plush bathrobes, complimentary Wi-Fi and HDTVs.
Fourty-one die-hard participants even threw down for the $2,500 Wellness Weekender package—a two-night stay featuring an exclusive dinner and cocktail party with Gwyneth, extra workout classes, and monogrammed bathrobes, among other extras.
His latest creation is a colorful portrait of a screaming Trump in a bathrobe eating two scoops of ice cream, which Carrey jokingly pitched to the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, which houses portraits of all former US presidents.
Be assured that every parent in that line would’ve similarly sacrificed for Christmas 2017, except the waiting and the finagling would’ve been done in bathrobes and slippers.
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First Known Use of bathrobe
BATHROBE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bathrobe for English Language Learners
: a loose piece of clothing that wraps around your body and is worn especially before or after a bath
BATHROBE Defined for Kids
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