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A gown is a loose outer garment by men and women from the early Middle Ages to the seventeenth century, or any woman's garment consisting of a bodice and attached skirt.
Gown may also refer to:
- Evening gown, women's formal attire
- Dressing gown, British term for a bathrobe
- The Gown, a Belfast-based student newspaper
- Cap and gown
- Wedding gown
- Hospital gown
- Gowning, putting on a cleanroom suit
- GOWNS, folk/noise band from California
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