dishabille : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the state of being carelessly or partially dressed

  • All poor Lancelot (Ioan Gruffudd) gets, however, is a wistful peek through the window at Guinevere in dishabille and early death on the battlefield.
  • His face seemed ready-made for a radical's Mount Rushmore-the broad, furrowed brow, the corona of unkempt hair, the dishabille that left him looking as if he'd been blown around by .
  • She vows to file for divorce if she finds me one more morning slumped in front of the computer, amidst a sea of empty Pabst Blue Ribbon cans, with my linen in dishabille.
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  • Mad Men Fashion: Sally’s Boarding-School Chic
    Who knew Sally Draper would end up being the most stylish person in this episode? Making her first appearance this season — with Betty still at large — Sally already looks decidedly grown-up in her dorm-room dishabille: plaid bathrobe over pajamas, accessorized with a gold pendant and a cigarette. Later, ... More »
    April 21, 2014 - New York Magazine

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