But the lights, the cameras, and her state of deshabille seemed to transform her.
"The evidence is very strong," she said, lazily settling her deshabille.
It was the lawyer, in deshabille and very rough-haired; and very angry he looked.
He was dressed, again by the hands of the incomparable Leduc, in a deshabille of some artistry.
He had, of course, slept in the house, seeing he presented himself in deshabille.
It must have been near midnight, and Admiral Porter was in deshabille.
He was in deshabille and was sweeping out his office with a hard brush and shovel.
In morning, in deshabille, not all the venerability of its age can make it respectable.
I knocked at one at a hazard, and was rejected by a large woman in deshabille.
I like letting my faculties live till night in a deshabille; let us talk easily and sillily of the affairs of the day.