naked definition

  • adjective:
    • Having no clothing regarding human body; nude.
    • Having no covering, particularly the typical one: a naked blade.
    • lacking plant life, woods, or vegetation: the naked surface; naked tree limbs.
    • Being without addition, concealment, disguise, or embellishment: the nude facts; nude ambition.
    • lacking a specified high quality, characteristic, or factor: a look that has been naked of pretense.
    • confronted with hurt; susceptible: "naked to mine enemies” ( Shakespeare).
    • Botany maybe not encased in ovaries: naked seeds.
    • Botany Unprotected by machines: naked buds.
    • Botany Lacking a perianth: naked blossoms.
    • Botany Without leaves or pubescence: naked stalks.
    • Zoology Lacking external covering such machines, fur, feathers, or a shell.
    • Not using any clothes; without clothing in the genitals or feminine erect nipples.
    • Glib, without decoration, place bluntly.
    • exposed; (by extension) without a condom.
    • Uncomfortable; as if lacking some thing important.
    • Having no clothes on; uncovered; nude; bare
    • Having no way of protection or defense; available; unarmed; defenseless.
    • Unprovided with needful or desirable add-ons, way of sustenance, etc.; destitute; unaided; bare.
    • Without addition, exaggeration, or excuses; perhaps not concealed or disguised; open to see; manifest; plain.
    • Mere; quick; basic.
    • Without pubescence; ; bare, or not included in the customary components, as a flower without a perianth, a stem without leaves, seeds without a pericarp, buds without bud machines.
    • devoid of the total complement of shades; -- stated of a chord of just two shades, which calls for a 3rd tone becoming sounded together to make the combination pleasing to your ear.
    • (for the attention or ear e.g.) with no aid of an optical or acoustical product or instrument
    • totally unclothed
    • lacking any address
    • having no protecting or concealing cover
    • without elaboration or diminution or concealment; bare and pure
  • verb:
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of nake.
  • others:
    • Unclothed; without garments or covering; bare; nude: as, a naked human anatomy or limb.
    • Without addressing; particularly, without normal or customary covering; revealed; bare: as, a naked sword.
    • exclusively— In botany, noting plants without a calyx, ovules or seeds perhaps not in a closed ovary (gymnosperms), stems without leaves, and components destitute of hairs.
    • In zoology, noting mollusks if the human anatomy is not defended by a calcareous shell.
    • In entomology, without hairs, bristles, scales, or any other addressing on top.
    • Open to view.
    • Mere; bare; easy.
    • Having no ways defense or protection against an enemy's assault, or against other damage; unarmed; revealed; defenseless.
    • Bare; unprovided; unfurnished; destitute.
    • In songs, noting the harmonic period of a fifth or 4th, when taken alone.
    • in-law, unsupported by authority or consideration: as, a naked overdraft; a naked vow.
    • Synonyms Uncovered, undressed.
    • Unprotected, unsheltered, unguarded.
    • Said of a vessel's base whenever the woman copper is stripped off.

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