And the dishabille extended to his mental operations as well.
She looked at him as though she had noticed his dishabille for the first time.
Her eyes were swollen with grief, her hair disheveled, and she appeared in all the dishabille of unutterable anguish.
She would not see him in a dishabille for the world—What can she mean by it?
Hinge, conscious of his dishabille, had retreated at the moment of her entrance.
She was in dishabille, and only requested time to change her dress.
But it has usage in its favour, and I do not see that it is improved by writing it "dishabille."
We found her in a dishabille, intending to go to Hampton Court to-morrow.
Mrs. Chedsoye was just as beautiful in dishabille as in a ball-gown.
She was in her parlour, half dressed in what they call, I believe, a dishabille.