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Robe

 

a loose, floor-length garment worn over other clothing. It is the ceremonial and formal apparel of kings, the pope, and high officials of the Orthodox Church. In some countries, including Great Britain, robes are worn by judges and barristers; on ceremonial occasions, members of learned societies and academies wear robes.

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It's understood the Material Girl wants the dressing gowns to be mementoes of the wedding.
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I always bring a dressing gown and during the dinner break I'll iron my dress.
Matt Smith and Karen Gillan warmed themselves with hot water bottles and wrapped up in dressing gowns as they battled icy winds and drizzle on the Parade, off City Road.
I ask the moaners to observe, only two or three patients are wearing dressing gowns, the other smokers are visitors
The Girls launched into Biology and ripped off their dressing gowns to reveal tight little black dresses.
The most apparent infrastructure lacuna is the bathroom arrangement, but since the Japanese seem to have sorted this out in their capsule hotels (surely the parent of this idea) maybe mine is a flawed vision of night-time ply doors flapping open to reveal happy campers in dressing gowns and sponge bags milling around in search of a hearty tooth clean.
Gone would be the patients, dressed in pyjamas and dressing gowns, puffing their ciggies.
A CHAIN store has recalled about 10,000 dressing gowns after a scare they might have been contaminated by a chemical substance.