Robbed vs. Robed

Robbed vs. Robed — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Robbed and Robed

Robbedverb

(Law) To take property from (a person) illegally by using or threatening to use violence or force; commit robbery upon.

Robednoun

often robes An official garment worn on formal occasions to show office or rank, as by a judge or high church official.

Robbedverb

To steal something from (a place, vehicle, or institution, for example)

Bandits robbed the train.

Robednoun

An academic gown.

Robbedverb

To steal (money or valuables)

robbed money out of the till.

Robednoun

A dressing gown or bathrobe.

Robbedverb

To deprive unjustly of something belonging to, desired by, or legally due (someone)

robbed her of her professional standing.

Robednoun

robes Clothes; apparel.

Robbedverb

To deprive of something injuriously

a parasite that robs a tree of its sap.

Robednoun

A blanket or covering made of material, such as fur or cloth

a lap robe.

Robbedverb

To engage in or commit robbery.

Robedverb

To cover or dress in a robe or in something that functions like a robe

fields that were robed with snow.

Robbedverb

simple past tense and past participle of rob

Robedverb

To put on a robe or robes.

Robedverb

simple past tense and past participle of robe

Robedadjective

Wearing a robe.

Robedadjective

dressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination;

the elegantly attired gentlemanneatly dressed workersmonks garbed in hooded robeswent about oddly garmentedprofessors robed in crimsontuxedo-attired gentlemencrimson-robed Harvard professors