or neg·li·gée, neg·li·gé
Definition of negligee
Origin of negligee
Words nearby negligee
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She first appears onscreen in the late 1950s, flitting around the breakfast table in a negligee.Oprah Winfrey’s Fashion Evolution in ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’|Isabel Wilkinson|August 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The lot includes thirty-two items of Lewinsky memorabilia, including a floor-length black negligee.Monica Lewinsky's Black Nightgown is Up for Auction|Misty White Sidell|June 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This sparkly amalgamation of sailor suit and negligee lives forever in infamy.
Veronica was already clear of her dark blue bengaline frock and reaching for the silken comfort of the negligee.
Marjorie peered thoughtfully at her array of gowns and selected a half-fitted negligee of old-rose silk.
Marjorie had already donned a negligee and was hastily thrusting her feet into quilted satin slippers.
Finally he gave them up too, and one morning came to work wearing a flimsy, sleazy, negligee shirt.The Escape of Mr. Trimm|Irvin S. Cobb
A lady dressed in negligee robe de chambre of blue satin lies upon the sofa, propped up with pillows.A Modern Aladdin|Howard Pyle