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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unclothe.
- adj. Not wearing clothes; nude or naked; with the clothes removed; stripped.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Divested or stripped of clothing.
- adj. Not yet clothed; wanting clothes; naked.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not clothed; being without clothes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not wearing clothing
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The Japanese and their outlook on being unclothed is on the contrary, the opposite way of how many westerners respond to nakedness!
They are probably upset at portrayals that might involve ordinary lust - in other words unclothed women tbone99: Cathoics worship under a cross of a almost nude icon
Girls are often married at the age of twelve; and until they are nine years old, the missionaries allow them to go to church unclothed, that is to say, without a tunic.
We do not want any communion to be "unclothed," but
More often than not, though, as I discovered, 'unclothed' was the order of the day.
Rates of pay can vary considerably, but £10-£15 per hour is fairly typical for 'unclothed' life modeling.
The forest had given up the struggle, and the dizzying heat recoiled from the unclothed rock.
Wives walking around a bedroom unclothed, for example, is an invitation to erotic boredom and a dilution of the body's natural attractiveness.
She was still unclothed, but nudity had long been accepted in classical Russian art.
Along with Titian and Velázquez, he is the Old Master Painter, par excellence, of the unclothed, or partially clad, human body.