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noun - plural: disrobers

  1. One who, or that which, disrobes.

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Google previewHal Leonard Pocket Rhyming Dictionary (2003)

by Jana Ranson

disrober, October. -uh-buhr (2) blubber, clubber, drubber, dubber, grubber, lubber, rubber, scrubber, snubber. (3) landlubber. (4) money-grubber. (5) India rubber.

Google previewThe rhymers' lexicon (1971)

by Andrew Loring, George Saintsbury

disrober enrober October prober roher sober disrobest enrobest probest robest unrobest disrobeth enrobeth probeth robeth unrobeth enrobing globing probing robing unrobing ennoble ignoble ...

Google previewEvery Reporter's Own Shorthand Dictionary (1882)

In which Blank Lines Opposite All the Words in the English Language are Provided, for ... Writers of All Systems of Shorthand to Put on Record ... The Peculiar Word-forms They Employ by Elias Longley

DISRELISHED 74 DISTORTED Disrelish-ed Disrelishing Disrepute Disreputable- y Disreputation Disrespeet Disrespeeted Disrespeetful-ly Disrobe-ed Disrober Disroot-ed Disrupt-tion Disruptive j Disrupture! Dissatisfy Dissatisfied Dissatisfying ...

Google previewThe Gentlemlen's Lexicon; Or, A Pocket Dictionary, Containing Nearly Every Work in the English Language (1835)

Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools by William Grimshaw

disrober. DISRUPTION. s. The act of breaking asunder: breach; rent. DISSATISFACTION. s. The state of being dissatisfied; discontent. adj. dissatisfatory. Pio v. To discontent, to displease. prpar. dissatisfying; ...

Google previewThe Cyclopedic Law Dictionary (1922)

With an Exhaustive Collection of Legal Maxims by Walter A. Shumaker, George Foster Longsdorf

desrob- ber, disrober). :n old. European law. To steal; to pilfer. Spelman. DEROGARE. (Lat. from de, from, and rogare, to pass a law). In the civil and old English law. To derogate or diminish; to take from or impair the authority, validity ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary (1863)

English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie

DiSSECTED ~ DiSSEMINATE DISSENTING DISROBER, n. One that strips of robes or clothing. DISROBING, ppr. Divesting of garments; stripping of any kind of covering. DISRQQT', v. t. [dis and root.] To tear up the roots, or by the roots.–2.

Google previewDictionary of the English Language, Pronouncing, Etymological, and Explanatory... (1895)

by James Stormonth

-röbd': disrober, n. -bér, one who. disrupt, v. dis-ript' [L. disruptus, burst asunder— from dis, asunder; ruptus, broken], to burst or rend in pieces; to separate : disrupting, imp.: disrupted, pp.: adj. in geol., applied to the igneous matter which has ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1883)

by John Ogilvie

Disrober. o). n. One that strips of robes or clothing, Disroot (dis-rot'), c.t. [Prefix dis, priv., and root. ) ...

Google previewA Law Dictionary and Glossary (1871)

Containing Full Definitions of the Principal Terms of the Common and Civil Law, Together with Translations and Explanations of the Various Technical Phrases in Different Languages, Occuring in the Ancient and Modern Reports, and Standard Treatises; Embracing, Also, All the Principal Common and Civil Law Maxims. Compiled on the Basis of Spelman's Glossary, and Adapted to the Jurisprudence of the United States ; with Copious Illustrations, Critical and Historical by Alexander Mansfield Burrill

da- robber, disrober.] In old European law. To steal ; to pilfer. Spelman. DEROGARE. Lat [from de, from, and rogare, to pass a law.] ...

Google previewA Critical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1851)

Incorporating the Labours of Sheridan and Walker ... Also a Key to the Pronunciation of Classical and Scripture Proper Names by James Knowles

DISROBER, dls-rc/b-4r, n. One who strips off a gar- DISROBING, dls-rdTi-Ing.p/T. Divesting of garment* ; stripping off any kind of covering. [roots. DISROOT, uis-rot. vt.

Google previewThe American Phonetic Dictionary of the English Language (1855)

DISROBER, Dis-rob-er, n. wun bo> disrúbz er strips DISRUPTION, Dis-rap-Jon, я . de akt or brakig aaúnder. [diskontént, DISSATISFACTION, Di-eat-is-fak-Jon, ». unezinee; DISSATISFACTORY, Di-sat-is-fak-to-ri, a. unabl tu gir kontént. [displéz.

Google previewEtymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Including a Very Copious Selection of Scientific Terms ... The Pronunciation Carefully Revised by P.H. Phelp (1890)

by James Stormonth

-röbd': disrober, n.

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Scrabble value of D2I1S1R1O1B3E1R1

The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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