verb (used with or without object), dis·robed, dis·rob·ing.
- disruptive discharge
Origin of disrobe
Examples from the Web for disrobe
Directing her to disrobe, she would poach her in herbs in a hot tub and then literally electrify her.The Sexy Side of Maggie: How Thatcher Used Her Softer Quality|Gail Sheehy|January 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The models, dressed in traditional habits, approached a makeshift altar where two square-jawed faux priests helped them disrobe.
And, all arguments proving vain, it was necessary for her sister to disrobe her as though she were a tiny child.Adventurings in the Psychical|H. Addington Bruce
English summer weather is rarely hot enough to make it necessary to darken one's house and disrobe.
Nevertheless, when it became necessary to search and disrobe the women he almost broke down.The Wings of the Morning|Louis Tracy
Priests turned from the holy altar with plain intent, beginning to disrobe.The Higher Court|Mary Stewart Daggett
Cold and wet as we all were, and completely tired out, we commenced to disrobe and get ready for the tea party.Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897|Elizabeth Cady Stanton