Definition of Judge's robe

1. Noun. A gown worn by academics or judges.

Exact synonyms: Academic Gown, Academic Robe
Group relationships: Academic Costume
Specialized synonyms: Geneva Gown
Generic synonyms: Gown, Robe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Judge's Robe

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Literary usage of Judge's robe

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1. Thoughts on man, his nature, productions and discoveries; interspersed with by William Godwin (1831)
"... and the deputed sword, The marshal-s truncheon, and the judge-s robe! How ludicrous would be the long procession and the caparisoned horse, ..."

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