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dis·robe / disˈrōb/ • v. [intr.] take off one's clothes: the girl disrobed slowly and climbed into the high bed. ∎  take off the clothes worn for an official ceremony: they walked to the vestry to disrobe. ∎  [tr.] undress (someone): Kate remembers being disrobed.

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