bare, au naturel(p), naked, nude(adj)
"bare bodies"; "naked from the waist up"; "a nude model"
having no protecting or concealing cover
"naked to mine enemies"- Shakespeare
(of the eye or ear e.g.) without the aid of an optical or acoustical device or instrument
"visible to the naked eye"
devoid of elaboration or diminution or concealment; bare and pure
"naked ambition"; "raw fury"; "you may kill someone someday with your raw power"
lacking any cover
"naked branches of the trees"; "lie on the naked rock"
having no clothes on; uncovered; nude; bare; as, a naked body; a naked limb; a naked sword
having no means of defense or protection; open; unarmed; defenseless
unprovided with needful or desirable accessories, means of sustenance, etc.; destitute; unaided; bare
without addition, exaggeration, or excuses; not concealed or disguised; open to view; manifest; plain
mere; simple; plain
without pubescence; as, a naked leaf or stem; bare, or not covered by the customary parts, as a flower without a perianth, a stem without leaves, seeds without a pericarp, buds without bud scales
not having the full complement of tones; -- said of a chord of only two tones, which requires a third tone to be sounded with them to make the combination pleasing to the ear; as, a naked fourth or fifth
Naked is a 1993 British film directed by Mike Leigh. Before this film, Leigh was known for subtler comedic dissections of middle-class and working-class manners. Naked was more stark and brutal than his previous works. Leigh relied heavily on improvisation in the making of the film, but little actual ad-libbing was filmed; lengthy rehearsals in character provided much of the script. Almost all the dialogues were filmed as written. The film received largely favorable reviews. Filming of Naked took place in London from September 9th to December 16th 1992.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
nā′ked, adj. without clothes: uncovered: open to view: unconcealed: evident: unarmed: defenceless: unprovided: without addition or ornament: simple: artless: (bot.) without the usual covering.—adv. Nā′kedly.—n. Nā′kedness.—Naked eye, the eye unassisted by glasses of any kind; Naked lady, the meadow-saffron.—Stark naked, entirely naked. [A.S. nacod; Ger. nackt.]
NakedÂ® is one of the world's most luxurious and environmentally conscious underwear brands. Each smooth and light-weight garment seamlessly forms to your body making you feel like you're wearing nothing at all. NakedÂ® underwear and undershirts are sold in over 114 locations across North America including Holt Renfrew, Boys'co, Kitson and Freshpair.com. Naked has been featured on Entertainment Tonight (ET) Canada and on The Dragons’ Den.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
State of a ship's bottom without sheathing. Also, a place without means of defence.
Song lyrics by naked -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by naked on the Lyrics.com website.
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Rank popularity for the word 'naked' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4414
Rank popularity for the word 'naked' in Adjectives Frequency: #594
The numerical value of naked in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of naked in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of naked in a Sentence
I threw two punches and a kick. Read MoreREAD fell, then I caught Read MoreREAD in a rear-naked choke. Then I sat Read MoreREAD down in the same place we were before.
We can lie in the language of dress or try ot tell the truth; but unless we are naked and bald, it is impossible to be silent.
In so many films and TV shows we see gratuitous female nudity, and that’s not OK… It’s OK, but it’s not fair to actresses and it’s not fair to actors because we want to be naked, too.
The major thing that’s changed since I’ve seen you last: I have seen you naked.
This kind of interference has always been there, but this time it is so naked that everyone is seeing it and everyone is talking about it.
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