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robing room

a room in a palace, court, legislature, etc, where official robes of office are put on
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  • There was no vestry in the chapel; but the minister wore no gown, so no robing room was required.

  • In the robing room after the noon recess, Judge Mann was assailed by a feeling of being out of place, ludicrously so, dismayingly.

  • In the sacristy, too, and the robing room, there were screens and paneling with richly detailed carvings.

  • Through his exertions and instrumentality, a small vestry, or robing room, has been attached to the church.

    Chelsea George Bryan
  • The robing room is a small, dark apartment behind the altar, where not a ray of light could enter.

    Picturesque Pala George Wharton James
  • There is a fatal glitter in Natalie's eyes, as she enters alone her robing room.

    The Little Lady of Lagunitas Richard Henry Savage

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