English edit

Etymology edit

From surgical gown +‎ -ed.

Adjective edit

surgical-gowned (not comparable)

  1. Wearing a surgical gown.
    Synonym: surgically gowned
    • 2000, Michael Bliss, Dreams Within a Dream: The Films of Peter Weir, Carbondale, Ill., Edwardsville, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, →ISBN, page 39:
      The old woman lovingly polishing a hubcap; the operation on a crash victim that involves surgical-gowned hospital attendants removing the man’s shoes and watch; []
    • 2006, Bruce Wagner, Memorial, Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, →ISBN, page 481:
      [] the medics said Big Gulp might even have contractions—in an hour, in a day, a week or a month—a month!—forcing lumpen drowned nacreous soul into the hands of surgical-gowned death-maidens and the fresh mocking air, failed goddess who could not sculpt life from Her offal.
    • 2022, Stephanie Heit, Psych Murders, Wayne State University Press, →ISBN, page 12:
      Occasional rush of make way as a human hooked to machines and entourage of surgical-gowned people run through.