English edit

Etymology edit

From dressing gown +‎ -ed.

Adjective edit

dressing-gowned (not comparable)

  1. Wearing a dressing gown.
    • 1913, Arnold Bennett, The Regent: A Five Towns Story of Adventure in London, Bernhard Tauchnitz, page 244:
      They were fed, washed, night-gowned and even dressing-gowned; []
    • 2014, Bill Douglas, Mad Worlds: A Tale of Despair and Hope in 1950s England, Matador, →ISBN, page 66:
      The dressing-gowned one had reappeared at the end of the bed, tugging at the bed-rail with both hands and yelling.
    • 2019, Molly Case, How to Treat People: A Nurse at Work, Penguin Books, published 2020, →ISBN:
      I looked down on the baked yellow brick of the hospital entrance in the morning sun, the wrapped-up dressing-gowned patients pushing crystalline drips and smoking cigarettes outside the old wing.