Definition for DIS-ROBE'

DIS-ROBE', v.t. [dis and robe.]

  1. To divest of a rove; to divest of garments; to undress.
  2. To strip of covering; to divest of any surrounding appendage. Autumn disrobes the fields of verdure. These two peers were disrobed of their glory. – Wotton.

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