- the state of being dressed only partially or in night clothes
- Now Rare clothing worn in this state
Origin of dishabilleFrench déshabillé, past participle of déshabiller, to undress ; from dés- (see dis-) + habiller, to dress, altered (after habit: see habit) ; from Old French abillier, to prepare, origin, originally , to dress a log ; from bille, log: see billet
- The state of being partially or very casually dressed.
- Casual or lounging attire.
- An intentionally careless manner.
Origin of dishabilleFrench déshabillé, from past participle of déshabiller, to undress : des-, dis- + habiller, to clothe; see habiliment.
From French déshabillé