[ peyn-whar ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
French origin French, from peigner ‘to comb’ (the garment was originally worn while combing the hair)
  • nightdress
  • robe
  • bathrobe
  • camisole
  • unavailable
a woman’s dressing gown
A) She did not wish to answer the door in her peignoir, so she made her son answer it for her. B) Once Gigi is in her peignoir, no one can get her to leave the house.
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