berobed

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adjective be·robed \ bi-ˈrōbd , bē- \

Definition of berobed

:wearing a robe
  • … a few berobed Franciscan friars handing out protest leaflets.
  • —Richard ZoglinTime5 Oct. 1998
  • … Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist appeared as a berobed outsider to preside at the Senate trial …
  • —Francis X. ClinesNew York Times8 Jan. 1999

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First Known Use of berobed

1862


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