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deshabille

[ dez-uh-beel, -bee ]
/ ˌdɛz əˈbil, -ˈbi /
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noun
a variant of dishabille.
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British Dictionary definitions for deshabille

deshabille

dishabille

/ (ˌdeɪzæˈbiːl) /

noun
the state of being partly or carelessly dressed
archaic clothes worn in such a state

Word Origin for deshabille

C17: from French déshabillé undressed, from dés- dis- 1 + habiller to dress; see habiliment
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