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.
“I fully expect him to show up in a bathrobe next time with disheveled hair,” Lehane joked in an interview.
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Why does Don sit out in the cold at the end of the episode—alone on his balcony in his bathrobe?
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Take a picture hugging a guest while wearing his or her bathrobe?
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However, on one summer evening, Mike arrives and Donna is dressed in a bathrobe.
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Eli fancies himself a bong-wielding Holden Caulfield in a bathrobe.
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He flew into the hall where he had left his medicine-case, and Peter ran for a bathrobe.
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He wrapped his bathrobe carefully about him and opened the door.
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Diving into a bathrobe, he turned the water on for his bath, trotted to the front room and discovered the evasion of Mr. Iff.
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“I threw a bathrobe over my grip in the first place,” said Nan.
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The captain put on his bathrobe, then went to the window and sat down there.
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a loose-fitting garment of towelling, for wear before or after a bath or swimming
(US & Canadian) a dressing gown
1894, from bath (n.) + robe (n.).
a room equipped for taking a bath or shower. toilet (def 2). go to / use the bathroom, to use the toilet; urinate or defecate. Contemporary Examples There we were, with our arms spread wide, trying to do Kundalini breathing techniques in her bathroom. How Did I Have a Stroke in My 20s? Elizabeth Gates […]
- Bathroom tissue
toilet paper. toilet paper. a soft, lightweight, sanitized paper used in bathrooms for personal cleanliness. noun thin absorbent paper, often wound in a roll round a cardboard cylinder (toilet roll), used for cleaning oneself after defecation or urination
- Bath salts
a preparation used to soften or give a pleasant scent to a bath, as colored, sweet-smelling flakes, crystals, etc. Contemporary Examples Dickie Sanders, 21, had tried various kinds of drugs before, but snorting “Cloud Nine” bath salts resulted in his death. Rudy Eugene, Brian De Leon, and More Crazy ‘Bath Salt’ Freakouts Andrew Carter June […]
- Bath sheet
an extra-large bath towel, especially one at least 3 feet (1 meter) wide and 5 feet (1.5 meters) long.