from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not wearing clothes; naked.
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- adj. Without clothing or other covering.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not clad; not clothed.
- Preterit and past participle of unclothe.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having removed clothing
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Nudes were commonplace in the Salon—every worthy artist was expected to produce a gorgeously unclad Venus or Cleopatra.
But the inquisitors 'efforts to impugn the bankers' morality were rich with the sort of feigned shock that might have been exhibited by a genteel Victorian woman confronted by an unclad piano leg.
The unclad working class panorama would slam rusted doors on the Promised Land, ransacking determined belief from our official atheism.
"Listen to classic radio drama scripts, vintage news reports and even a controversial modern morsel or two - exquisitely read by our even more exquisitely unclad ladies," says the website.
Half-naked females ran around everywhere, expense accounts had no roof, and every Sunday night there was a movie screening at Hef's mansion, where Sea World was duplicated Playboy-style with tropical fish that bore uncanny resemblances to young unclad females with surgically-enhanced breasts.
“Nude in the Library” is a series of photos taken in the UAA [University of Alaska Anchorage]/APU [Alaska Pacific University] Consortium Library [in Anchorage] of an unclad female model posing in various locations, next to shelves, against the wall, in the reference section.
The core consists of an unclad graphite moderator arranged to allow the flow of salt at some 700°C and at low pressure.
On the other hand, the re-released Lowry Bond FRWL is tame in itself but the menu and links feature unclad females who are quite clearly unclad and therefore the silhouettes don't work.
Clad ¬– or unclad, as fate would too often have it – in her embarrassingly revealing and maddeningly unreliable super-suit, she fights a never ending battle against overly sensitive super-villains, irrationally envious super-heroines, and her own body-image issues!
Back in the Good Old Days of the pulps, more often than not the cover art showed a partially-clad or, if you prefer, a mostly-unclad girl, usually at the mercy of aliens who seemed more interested in ripping off the rest of her clothes than doing anything practical, like killing or communicating with her.