verb (used with or without object), un·robed, un·rob·ing.

to disrobe; undress.

Origin of unrobe

First recorded in 1590–1600; un-2 + robe
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Examples from the Web for unrobe

Historical Examples of unrobe

  • I should like to marry here myself,—before I unrobe I'll attack one of the maids!

  • Then she began to unrobe, but stopped to throw her arms about her mother's neck.

    Bylow Hill

    George Washington Cable

  • Her mistress is beginning to unrobe, without her assistance, but very leisurely.

  • As his attendants assisted to unrobe him for the night, the thought of Nydia flashed across him.

    The Last Days of Pompeii

    Edward George Bulwer-Lytton

  • When the judges retired to unrobe, a messenger of the court summoned O'Halloran to their chamber.