disrobe disrobe


  • (v) get undressed


  1. If sp, a man who disrobed physically might be bet ter able to disrobe emotionally.
  2. The Bruce Beresford segment, from Erich Korngold's Die tote Stadt, is content to watch two young people disrobe in an English mansion.
  3. The judge permitted the plaintiff to disrobe to the waist before the jury in the judge's chambers.


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