dishabille \dis-uh-BEEL\, noun:
1. The state of being carelessly or partially dressed.Dishabille comes from French déshabiller, "to undress," from dés-, "dis-" + habiller, "to clothe, to dress."
2. Casual or lounging attire.
3. An intentionally careless or casual manner.
- A motercycle helmet.
You could have been hurt alot worse in that accident if you had'nt been wearing a brain bucket.
- Napoleon Bonaparte: abdicated as emperor of France and was banished to Elba (1814)
- The Tramp: Charlie Chaplin's comic silent film was released (1915)
- Jackie Robinson: broke the color barrier in major league baseball, appearing in his first exhibition game (1947)
- 1968 Civil Rights Act: LBJ signed into law an act prohibiting discrimination in selling or renting housing
- Uganda: Idi Amin's military regime was overthrown (1979)
- Lizzie P. Bliss 1864 - Co-founder of New York City's Museum of Modern Art
- Dean G. Acheson 1893
- Percy Julian 1899 - Scientist
- Dale Messick 1906 - Cartoonist ("Brenda Starr")
- Paul Douglas 1907 - Actor
- Jane Bolin 1908 - Attorney, first black woman to graduate from Yale School of Law, first black, female judge
- Oleg Cassini 1913 - Fashion designer
- Cameron Mitchell 1918
- Jean-Claude Servan-Schreiber 1918
- Dorothy Shay 1921 - Singer, actress
- Ralph Blaze 1922 - Guitarist (with Stan Kenton)
- Ethel Kennedy (Skakel) 1928 - Wife of U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy
- Johnny Sheffield 1931 - Actor
- Joel Grey 1932 - Singer (Katz), dancer, actor ("Cabaret"), actress Jennifer Grey's father
- Richard Berry 1935
- Louise Lasser 1939 - Actress ("Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman", "Slither")
- Ellen Goodman 1941 - Syndicated columnist
- Peter Riegert 1947 - Actor ("The Mask")
- Stever George 1951 - Football player