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- adj. Not garbed; unclothed.
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- adj. having removed clothing
Only beggars come to the trading fair ungarbed as if it were summer.
Only 'the ungarbed entity within' armed with the divine strength, courage and unconditional love can act in this world free from sorrow and 'armoured against all fear'.
Mintep looked me over in silence for a moment or two; when he had seen me before I had been dressed in my earthly clothes, now I was garbed (or ungarbed) like a Vepajan.
To elude this one would not be difficult; but to enter the village and search it would be practically impossible, garbed, or ungarbed, as he was.
Marion, night-garbed or ungarbed, but with sword drawn, first hanging over her slumbering betrayer, then dealing the stroke of vengeance, and then falling -- white against the dark towers and the darker ravines at their base -- to her self-doomed judgment.