from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A woman's loose dressing gown, often of soft, delicate fabric.
- n. Informal or incomplete attire.
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- n. An item of women's nightwear, in the form of a lacy nightgown.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a loose dressing gown for women
She had on what could not, by any stretch of his imagination, be termed a negligee, nor on the other hand, could anyone call it a bathrobe.
She was wearing some kind of negligee, Alexei could see, but it was nothing more than a swathe of silk, one strap loosened from her shoulder.
A husband walks into Victoria's Secret to purchase a sheer negligee for his wife.
She, clad in a pastel pink boa negligee, and me ga ga.
When she turned on the lights in the drawing-room, she disclosed herself clad in a sweeping negligee gown of soft rose-colored stuff, throat and shoulders smothered in lace.
Just wearing a negligee can make you feel flirtatious and once that energy emerges from you it will behave like a love potion that men won't be able to resist.
First, there was that sexy poster of Alicia, breathless and in negligee.
When I peeled her hands back she was standing there in a beautiful see-through negligee and she said, “Carry me into the bedroom, tie me to the bed and you can do whatever you want.”
I am undressed and on my knees in the middle of the room in my negligee, waiting.
Colleen was not dressed the part of a combatant, however; she was wearing a white silk negligee, modest, almost demure, more dressing gown than lingerie, and he recognized it as the same thing that she had worn on their wedding night.