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- adj. Naked as when born.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Naked as when born; completely naked.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Naked as at birth; stark naked.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. as naked as at birth
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Then they entered and found him mother-naked and bareheaded with body dripping blood, and altogether in a sad pickle; so they asked him, What is this case in which we find thee?
When he beheld them stripped of their clothes, his chord stiffened for that looking at them mother-naked he saw what was between their thighs, and that of all kinds, soft and rounded, plump and cushioned; large-lipped, perfect, redundant and ample,130 and their faces were as moons and their hair as night upon day, for that they were of the daughters of the
Then they plunged into the basin and swam about, laughing and frolicking; and all were mother-naked and fair as bars of virgin silver.
Dear lady, said Leonard, the other is an image of thee, and even most like unto thee; but whiles clad in a scanty grey coat and barefoot, and whiles clad in a fair green gown goodly broidered, and broidered shoon; and whiles all mother-naked.
I looked at the shrunken shapes of the old men standing mother-naked round me, and suddenly lost all desire to laugh.
'I still find it passing strange to conduct talk in a bathhouse mother-naked.'
Instantaneously alert, Joscelin rolled out of bed and onto his feet, mother-naked, fumbling for a weapon.
Quick as a cat she was out of the bed, mother-naked, back against the wall beside the window.
Flipping the blanket aside, he swiveled around and stood up, mother-naked.
Still mother-naked, she placed her hands on her hips, stepped out of her decorous self, and swore like a sailor.