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  • adj. Completely unclothed.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. wholly naked; quite bare.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. (used informally) completely unclothed


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  • Then said the folk, “Art thou not ashamed, O Hashish-eater, to be sleeping stark naked with stiff standing tool?”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • 56 Priscillian, who wandered about the world in the company of his spiritual sisters, was accused of praying stark naked in the midst of the congregation; and it was confidently asserted, that the effects of his criminal intercourse with the daughter of Euchrocia had been suppressed, by means still more odious and criminal.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • When he walked in the bedroom and saw her sitting cross-legged in the middle of his bed, stark naked but for the lascivious look in those big blue-green eyes that reminded him of the Gulf on a stormy day, he postponed the plans he’d made to spend the morning sorting out evidence to present at Ezra Ruggles’s new trial.

    In His Own Defense

  • I've met royalty unexpected a number of times — face to face with my twin, Carl Gustaf, in the Jotunberg dungeon, quaking in my rags before the black basilisk Ranavalona, speechless as Lakshmibai regarded me gravely from her swing, stark naked and trussed in the presence of the future Empress of China — and had eyes only for the principal, but in the case of Dalip Singh, Lord of the Punjab, my attention was all for his protectress.

    Flashman and the Mountain of Light

  • Very soon there were dozens of identical slender hands, and in a flash his mind pictured himself stark naked on a vast table, with every one of the miraculously unclothed Pelagias crawling all over him, engaged upon a delicious assault of breasts, hands, and hot, wet, nuzzling lips.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • (Jortin’s Remarks, vol.iv. p. 366,) which he had received from Rome, and it has been since published in the Menagiana (tom.iii. p. 254 — 259) with a Latin version.] 24 After the mention of a narrow girdle, (as none could appear stark naked in the theatre,)

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire


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