Examples of disrobe in a Sentence
She disrobed and stepped into the bathtub.
the doctor instructed the patient to disrobe himself before the examination
Recent Examples of disrobe from the Web
Getchius was charged with lewdness, disrobing in public and other offenses.
But once in his basement, Greitens taped her hands to pull-up rings, blindfolded her, and started kissing and disrobing her without her consent, according to her testimony.
More than two dozen people in the audience joined Chai in disrobing Saturday, the Daily Sun student newspaper reported.
And, especially pertinent to showbiz, forcing women to disrobe and appear naked at an audition without prior warning.
Where will Ashley disrobe next? Is Happy sometimes sad?
But recently, many physicians have taken to Twitter using the #MeTooMedicine tag, sharing anecdotes and linking to blogs that chronicle powerful male doctors harassing them or disrobing at professional conferences.
Prosecutor David Lasee: If she had been disrobed in her car, how do those clothes get not just bloody, but dirty and hairy?
In the stunning shot, Khloé poses in lingerie for fashion photographer Sasha Samsonova—and everything about the photo is gorgeous: This isn't the first time that Khloé has disrobed to showcase her baby bump.
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DISROBE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disrobe for English Language Learners
: to remove your clothes
: to remove the clothes of (someone)
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