disrober


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dis·robe

 (dĭs-rōb′)
v. dis·robed, dis·rob·ing, dis·robes
v.tr.
To remove the clothing or covering from.
v.intr.
To undress oneself.

dis·rob′er n.
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No one at either company took responsibility for the Janet Jackson fiasco, which slid all the way downhill to the shoulders of the waning rock star and her barely adult disrober, Justin Timberlake, a skinny kid from Memphis too young to even grow a real beard.