Definition of Lounging robe
1. Noun. A robe worn before dressing or while lounging.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Lounging Robe
Literary usage of Lounging robe
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Men's Wear. [semi-monthly] (1910)
"It is a knitted lounging robe of pure angora and llama wool in heather mixtures. The material is extremely soft and fleecy, a regulation size garment ..."
2. Business Profits and Human Nature: How to Increase the First by a Knowledge by Fred C. Kelly (1920)
"A number of years ago, when William Gillette was appearing in the play Sherlock Holmes, he wore a lounging robe in one scene; and whenever the play came to ..."
3. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1905)
"A deep collar and a silk girdle complete them. They were made according to our expert's ideas as to what a lounging robe ..."
4. The Midland by Frank Luther Mott, John Towner Frederick (1919)
"I noticed though, in that first glance, that he did not wear a lounging-robe or any form of neglige, but was dressed with scrupulous care as any gentleman ..."
5. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1915)
"Then bareheaded, and in his long gray lounging robe, he went out upon the hill. At the sound of coming'footsteps the man on the hill turned slowly. ..."
6. Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving by George Clinton Densmore Odell (1920)
"... which might have been, and possibly was, the lounging robe of one of Louis XV's coxcomb courtiers; and wearing, as Lear, a straw crown as large, ..."
7. The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony: Including Public Addresses, Her Own by Ida Husted Harper (1908)
"Then Mrs. McLaren sent for us and there she lay in her dainty cap and pale blue lounging robe looking not a day older than she did five years ago, ..."