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  • v. Present participle of unclothe.


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  • The specialty of the marring and punitive interference of sin in the economy is, in addition to the penalties in moral experience, the interpolation, between the fleshly "unclothing" and the spiritual "clothing upon," of the long, disembodied, subterranean residence, from the descent of Abel into its palpable solitude to the ascent of Christ out of its multitudinous world.

    The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life

  • Maybe if they featured someone like that once in a while, we typical girls wouldnt hyperventilate at the mere thought of unclothing in front of our significant others.

    Giving Up the V

  • Anything that doesn't involve unclothing or harming myself or someone else.

    Stolen from Rose :)

  • The usual must of the school commons was thickened with the sweat of unclothing.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • His black eyes took her in from bonnet to heels in a glance that missed nothing, that old impudent unclothing glance which always gave her goose bumps.

    Gone with the Wind

  • She remembered suddenly their unclothing each other, the shock and wonder of his firm, bare flesh beneath her hands and against her own equally naked flesh.

    Dancing with Clara

  • Oh, she had shown a good deal of sense and restraint by stopping him from unclothing her.

    Snow Angels

  • Since the body bore no wound, the clothes were not blood-stained, and, as a result, Maigret could see no valid reason for unclothing her.

    Maigret's Little Joke

  • So one day, at an unclothing, Anna discovered that certain undergarments were gone altogether away.

    An Englishwoman's Love-Letters

  • But this change is simply the unclothing of the spirit from its earthly conditions, setting it free to return again to its home, there to review what it has gained, and added to its previous stock of knowledge.

    Insights and Heresies Pertaining to the Evolution of the Soul


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