- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lay bare.
“The breeze raised her shift which laid bare her navel and showed her breasts and displayed a stomach whiter than snow, each one of whose dimples would contain an ounce of benzoin-ointment. 308 At this sight, his love and longing redoubled, and he began reating,”
“Politik in fruheren Jahrhunderten ", in which he laid bare the traditional diplomacy of France, hostile to Germany and intent upon extending the boundary line as far as the Rhine.”
“She laid bare the shallowness of their thoughts, the selfishness of their purposes, and the spiritual unfruitfulness of their teachings.”
“Now these busy-bodying, meddling, mischief-making fox-terriers (how different from Pincher, who minds his own business unless told otherwise) had scratched away the earth and laid bare the reddish tip of the poor corpse's tail.”
“The Encyclical "Pascendi" in the introduction laid bare the gravity of the danger, pointed out the necessity of firm and decisive action, and approved of the title”
“All mortal women either loved some other man, and went with him somewhither beyond the area of your daily life, and so, in time were forgotten; or, else, they loved you, and laid bare to you their minds and bodies -- and neither of these possessions ever proved so remarkable, when calmly viewed, as to justify continued infatuation therewith.”
“The biographer who shall perform faithfully the task of writing the life of “ROONEY” LEE will not paint him as a genius like Carlyle; but, sir, if there was any single feature in the character of our friend that, laid bare to the world even by the bold hand of an Anthony Froude, would cause the faintest blush to tinge the cheek of family or friends, I, who knew him well, do not know what it was.”
“Inquisitive persons are exceedingly annoying, both at home and abroad; for none of us like to be forced, as it were, by a series of cross-questionings to disclose our private affairs; or enter into the minutiæ of our daily life; or to have our hearts laid bare to prying eyes, and their recesses ransacked for relics of the past or the present.”
“It has happened in the course of recent building on the prairie, that the native rock has been laid bare here and there, and this rock is as distinctly furrowed by the action of the glacier and by its engraving process, as the Handeck, or the slopes of the Jura.”
“Gaderene swine they ran, or rather hopped, down a steep place into the sea, or fell on fatal rocks laid bare by the ebb-tide.”
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