Definition of Disrobe:
take off one's clothes
Synonyms of Disrobe:
Sentence/Example of Disrobe:
At least two of the women said Salsman forced them to disrobe in his office and then penetrated them without consent, and he allegedly asked the women to “clean up” in his private bathroom before leaving the office.
They were then seized with something approaching a panic, and hastened to disrobe.
She listened to his footsteps as they died away in the distance, and slowly began to disrobe.
Two attendants are about to disrobe the Princess; a third kneels at her feet with a vase of anointing oil.
Goddesses cannot disrobe, because their attributes are their substance.
“I had no idea it was so late,” and she jumped up to disrobe.
The Cardinal, in his way to the Abbey, may in part disrobe at it.
I soon found it necessary myself to disrobe, as far as my handcuffs permitted, and even then the perspiration was most profuse.
Cold and wet as we all were, and completely tired out, we commenced to disrobe and get ready for the tea party.
English summer weather is rarely hot enough to make it necessary to darken one's house and disrobe.