robe

Robe vs Robelike - What's the difference?

robe | robelike |


As a noun robe

is a long, formal dress worn only on special occasions.

As an adjective robelike is

resembling or characteristic of a robe (item of clothing).

Robe vs Boubou - What's the difference?

robe | boubou |


As nouns the difference between robe and boubou

is that robe is a long, formal dress worn only on special occasions while boubou is a flowing wide-sleeved robe worn by men in much of west africa, and to a lesser extent in north africa.

Robe vs Mandyas - What's the difference?

robe | mandyas |


As nouns the difference between robe and mandyas

is that robe is a long, formal dress worn only on special occasions while mandyas is a type of ecclesiastical robe historically worn by monks or royalty.

Robe vs Dishdasha - What's the difference?

robe | dishdasha |


As nouns the difference between robe and dishdasha

is that robe is a long, formal dress worn only on special occasions while dishdasha is an ankle-length robe with long sleeves worn by some arab men.

Robe vs Raiment - What's the difference?

robe | raiment |


As nouns the difference between robe and raiment

is that robe is a long loose outer garment, often signifying honorary stature while raiment is (archaic|or|literary) clothing, garments, dress, material.

As a verb robe

is to clothe someone in a robe.

Apparel vs Robe - What's the difference?

apparel | robe |


As nouns the difference between apparel and robe

is that apparel is clothing while robe is a long loose outer garment, often signifying honorary stature.

As verbs the difference between apparel and robe

is that apparel is to furnish with apparatus; to equip; to fit out while robe is to clothe someone in a robe.

Robe vs Cloak - What's the difference?

robe | cloak |


As nouns the difference between robe and cloak

is that robe is a long loose outer garment, often signifying honorary stature while cloak is a long outer garment worn over the shoulders covering the back; a cape, often with a hood.

As verbs the difference between robe and cloak

is that robe is to clothe someone in a robe while cloak is to cover as with a cloak.

Disrobe vs Robe - What's the difference?

disrobe | robe |


As verbs the difference between disrobe and robe

is that disrobe is to undress someone or something while robe is to clothe someone in a robe.

As a noun robe is

a long loose outer garment, often signifying honorary stature.

Robe vs Dress - What's the difference?

robe | dress |


As nouns the difference between robe and dress

is that robe is a long loose outer garment, often signifying honorary stature while dress is (countable) an item of clothing (usually worn by a woman or young girl) which both covers the upper part of the body and includes skirts below the waist.

As verbs the difference between robe and dress

is that robe is to clothe someone in a robe while dress is (obsolete|reflexive|intransitive) to prepare oneself; to make ready.

Garb vs Robe - What's the difference?

garb | robe |


As nouns the difference between garb and robe

is that garb is fashion, style of dressing oneself up or garb can be (heraldiccharge) a wheat sheaf while robe is a long loose outer garment, often signifying honorary stature.

As verbs the difference between garb and robe

is that garb is to dress in garb while robe is to clothe someone in a robe.

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