Put on robes, esp. for a formal or ceremonial occasion
I went into the vestry and robed for the Mass
A long, loose outer garment
Such a garment worn, esp. on formal or ceremonial occasions, as an indication of the wearer's rank, office, or profession
A dressing gown or bathrobe
A small blanket; lap robe
any loose flowing garment
vest: clothe formally; especially in ecclesiastical robes
clothe: cover as if with clothing; "the mountain was clothed in tropical trees"
gown: outerwear consisting of a long flowing garment used for official or ceremonial occasions
A robe is a loose-fitting outer garment. A robe is distinguished from a cape or cloak by the fact that it usually has sleeves. ...
Robe is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. It is named after the Robe River, 80 kilometers of which flows through the woreda. ...
The Robe is a 1942 historical novel about the Crucifixion written by Lloyd C. Douglas. The book was one of the best-selling titles of the 1940s.
The Robe is the third studio album released by the hard rock band Ten.
The Robe is a 1953 American Biblical epic film that tells the story of a Roman military tribune who commands the unit that crucifies Jesus. The film was made by 20th Century Fox and is notable for being the first film released in the widescreen process CinemaScope.
A long loose outer garment, often signifying honorary stature; To clothe someone in a robe
(ROBES) A proposition was made in the Grand Lodge of England, on April 8, 1778, that the Grand Master and his officers should be distinguished in the future at all public meetings by robes. ...
(ROBES) Standing of righteousness.
(Robes) Only dudes wear robes, and so all varieties of this armor grant bonuses to the Fighting and Generally Being Useful skills ^. ...
(Robes) Within magic, special robes which are usually only worn during magical rituals.
Robes are classically sexy pieces of lingerie. They have been around as lingerie for a very long time and can be made from just about any material. They can be short, long or in between.
a length of fabric pre-embroidered or beaded with the pattern shapes of the finished garment. The robe would be cut and sewn by the dressmaker to fit the client. Robes were used in the 1920s as a transition between custom dressmaking and ready-to-wear.
Long, loose, coat-like garment, often tied with a belt of the same material, worn before or after a bath, over sleepwear, or as leisure wear at home.
Sometimes called the Mantle, distinguishes the rank of the bearer by the number of guards or rows of Fur on the dexter side. That of a Duke should have four guards of ermine, that of a Marquis three and half. An Earl three, a Viscount two and half, a Baron two. The two last should be plain Fur. ...
French word referring to the color and general appearance of a wine.
his inner garments are the white of purity, while his outer robe is the red of desire, activity and passion.
A ritual garment that is often worn by Witches when Skyclad is undesirable. It is best if they are made of cotton or wool as silk and synthetic materials will hinder, change or stop the energy from being raised.