What is another word for dishabille?

Pronunciation: [dɪshˈabɪl] (IPA)

Dishabille, refers to a state of being casually or carelessly dressed, is a relatively uncommon word in English vocabulary. However, it is a useful term to describe the unpolished or unrefined look of a person's appearance. Synonyms for dishabille include disheveled, tousled, untidy, rumpled, unkempt, and messy. These words all convey the same meaning as dishabille and can be used to describe a person's appearance in a more accessible way. So, the next time someone is casually or carelessly dressed you can use one of these synonyms to describe their look with ease.

Synonyms for Dishabille:

What are the hypernyms for Dishabille?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for dishabille?

Dishabille refers to a state of being dressed in a casual, unkempt or disheveled manner. Antonyms for the word dishabille could include elegance, sophistication, and refinement. Other possible antonyms might include formality, properness, and neatness. These antonyms are all related to the concept of being well-groomed and put-together, rather than the disheveled and casual appearance implied by dishabille. While there are certainly situations in which a relaxed and informal dress code may be appropriate, in other contexts a more formal and polished appearance may be required. Understanding antonyms for dishabille can help us to better navigate these different situations, and present ourselves in a way that is appropriate and effective.

What are the antonyms for Dishabille?

Usage examples for Dishabille

However the saying may be interpreted, there does not seem to have been about him anything of what has been called the irregular dishabille of composers, "the natural result of the habit of genius of watching for an inspiration, and encouraging it to take possession of the whole being when it comes."
"Haydn"
J. Cuthbert Hadden
In the box, the silent partners, Guntz, Borgfeldt and Keppelman, suddenly enriched commission agents from the Central West, new to the dishabille of the theater, sat motionless, three black, ill-smelling cigars on parade, three enormous bodies, tortured by tight collars, tight vests, tight chairs, each derby set over one ear to shade the fat folds of the jowled head.
"The Salamander"
Owen Johnson
You must excuse my dishabille, for I am suffering from a bad headache, and when Martha said some one had come, I thought at first I could not see them, but you are always welcome.
"'Lena Rivers"
Mary J. Holmes

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