bathrobe

[bath-rohb, bahth-] /ˈbæθˌroʊb, ˈbɑθ-/
noun
1.
a long, loose, coat-like garment, often tied with a belt of the same material, worn before and after a bath, over sleepwear, or as leisure wear at home.
Origin
1900–05, Americanism; bath1 + robe
Example Sentences for bathrobe
The mouse steps from the mousehole, collapses the telescope, and thrusts it into his bathrobe pocket.
Seven houses down in the opposite direction another neighbor heard the noise and walked outside in her bathrobe to look around.
She was dressed in a bathrobe and wearing hair rollers in the tiny kitchenette in their private quarters.
All bathrooms are full-size and private, and are furnished with hair dryer and bathrobe.
Each room offers a bathrobe and luxury bath amenities, and guests can request butler service to help meet all special requests.
All rooms have refrigerators, individual climate control, bathrobe and plug-ins for the television for your electronic devices.
All bathrooms are en suite and furnished with bathrobe and slippers.
You'll be surprised at how much time you spend in your bathing suit, your bathrobe, or a t-shirt and shorts.
Guests receive a bathrobe in which to enjoy an ocean view from their room and local artists' artwork.
The episode started with her in a bathrobe and full makeup.
British Dictionary definitions for bathrobe
bathrobe (ˈbɑːθˌrəʊb)
 
n
1.  a loose-fitting garment of towelling, for wear before or after a bath or swimming
2.  (US), (Canadian) a dressing gown

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