disrobe

[dis-rohb]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), disrobed, disrobing.
to undress.

Origin:
1575–85; dis-1 + robe; compare Middle French desrober

disrobement, noun
disrober, noun
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disrobe (dɪsˈrəʊb)
 
vb
1.  to remove the clothing of (a person) or (of a person) to undress
2.  (tr) to divest of authority, etc
 
dis'robement
 
n
 
dis'rober
 
n

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disrobe
1581 in intrans. sense of "undress," from dis- + robe.
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Example sentences
Steps away, clothes fly as models disrobe and get dressed, trying not to bump
  into each other.
The hobble skirt was unpopular with couture clients, who had to disrobe in
  order to use a toilet.
He must also honour his promise to disrobe and hold a fair election.
The script called for the actress to disrobe completely.
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