[ UK /ɹˈə‍ʊbd/ ]
[ US /ˈɹoʊbd/ ]
  1. dressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination
    neatly dressed workers
    crimson-robed Harvard professors
    professors robed in crimson
    went about oddly garmented
    tuxedo-attired gentlemen
    monks garbed in hooded robes
    the elegantly attired gentleman
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How To Use robed In A Sentence

  • Moreover, the kinetic behavior suggests that the gate-opening process is attributable to condensation of the adsorbate on the surface of the crystal, indicating that surface chemistry, rather than crystal structure analysis, needs to be probed to fully understand the gate-opening process. Nano Tech Wire
  • Rising up off a stone bench that stood in a shadowy area out of the torchlight was a dark, robed figure. Dragons of Winter Night
  • Experts probed the origin of the sulphurous smell which appeared at the beginning of February after calls from worried Benfleet and Canvey residents who were left spluttering.
  • Mr Copley, robed in cassock and billowing surplice, was impatiently pacing the back lawn seeming oblivious to their presence.
  • When she asked what it was, I responded ‘Homemade marshmallows, roasted peanuts and cocoa nibs enrobed in dark chocolate’, a dark mood crossed her face.
  • Larkham was in his element in his country's victory over Romania as he constantly probed for breaks against a brittle defence.
  • As examples, we have probed yeast proteome chips with calmodulin and six different phospholipids.
  • First the candy: Known as Mozart Kugeln, packed in a delightful red tin with tiny portraitures of the composer, these are deluxe confections exquisitely filled with marzipan, made from "fresh green pistachios, almonds and rich hazelnut-nougat, enrobed with delicious milk and bitter chocolates. Rozanne Gold: Tastes of the Week
  • She led a party of about six men towards an empty table, two of these also robed, but in brown, and the others in the attire of boatmen.
  • It simulates lots of tasty, infectable machines, and when they're probed by a worm, it grabs the worm's network connection and holds it -- for a very, very long time. Boing Boing: September 16, 2001 - September 22, 2001 Archives
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