bathrobed

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adjective bath·robed \ˈbath-ˌrōbd, ˈbäth-\

Definition of bathrobed

  1. :  wearing a bathrobe What he saw from the window of his own room was merely the wall of another wing of the hospital, with … thoughtful bathrobed figures gazing outward toward the wall of which his own bathrobed figure was a part. — John Updike, Trust Me, 1987 The spa—where bathrobed elite lounge among pink marble pillars … — John Kessler, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 11 Sept. 2008

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1913

First Known Use of bathrobed

1913


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