The king and queen were robed in red.
The ministers of Sainte Guillotine are robed and ready.
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The judge was robed in black.
The professors were robed in gowns.
He was robed in a wonderful dressing gown, and puffing his pipe in gloomy silence.
Now the white - robed monks who had tended them were laid away, and forgotten.
Peasants who were robed of their land drifted to the cities.
In the early morning, he robed and drove abroad.
The legend hero robed wealth for improve poor.
Realm characters should no longer appear as robed.
Every white - robed angelic child carried a candle.
The shivering Chaplain robed in white.
He robed himself in a ceremonial gown today.
Blue - robed oarsman seafarers travelling between Southeast Asia and the coast of Fujian, in southern China.
1. dressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination;
"the elegantly attired gentleman"
"neatly dressed workers"
"monks garbed in hooded robes"
"went about oddly garmented"
"professors robed in crimson"
"crimson-robed Harvard professors"