Definition of gona
1. gown [ n ] long, usually formal, woman's dressUsed in print:
(The Providence Journal...)
The costumes are stunning evocations of the voluminous gowns and picture_hats of the Gibson_Girl days .
(Irving Stone, The Agony and the Ecstasy....)
Here he sketched , sitting in their flowing gowns of linen and silk , young_girls not_yet twenty , some about to be married , some married a year or two .
(Stephen Longstreet, Eagles Where I Walk....)
Martha picked_up the hem of her gown and with eyes closed she slowly began to dance a stately minuet around the ballroom .
(Guy Bolton, The Olympians....)
His hand went to her shoulder and pushed_aside the knotted scarf that surmounted the striped poplin gown ; then , to better purpose , he took_hold_of the knot and with dextrous fingers , untied it .
(Sallie Bingham, "Moving Day," The Atlantic...)
Finally she had come_down ; Winston had heard her shaking out the skirt of her new pink silk hostess gown .Synonyms gown Related Terms dress bridal_gown ball_gown mantua dinner_dress train
2. gown [ v ] dress in a gownSynonyms gown Related Terms dress
3. gown [ n ] protective garment worn by surgeons during operationsSynonyms surgical_gown scrubs gown Related Terms garment
4. gown [ n ] outerwear consisting of a long flowing garment used for official or ceremonial occasionsSynonyms robe gown Related Terms outerwear academic_gown vestment vest
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