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  • adj. Not draped.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not draped; not arranged in folds pleasing to the eye, or so as to hang artistically; also, not covered with drapery; not clothed; nude: as, an undraped statue.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. stripped of drapery
  • adj. lacking drapery or draperies


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un- +‎ draped


  •  Bright windows stood undraped to the passing quill, and comfortable scenes of families at their business leaked out and warmed the chilly evening.

    The Feather

  • Keith stood in front of his undraped panoramic windows with a sea of San Francisco skyline framing him.

    The Punany Experience

  • Swiss chard seedlings are emerging from a fall sowing and a couple of bush tomato plants will grow up through the wire after the cloth is undraped in May.

    The Long And Short Of It-A Garden Tour « Fairegarden

  • That was all there was in this tiny closet of a room; the naked girl, the undraped, iron-framed bed bolted to the floor, and four bare walls with bare wooden floor.

    red dust

  • His eyes devoured her undraped form, and he felt his body responding, just like it always did.


  • “Are you all right?” the officer asked as he moved into the dining room, looking out of the undraped window to see if any perpetrators were hiding.

    Déjà Vu

  • Bill Ballance must be California's biggest cad to peddle photos, taken almost 25 years ago, of radio's Dr. Laura Schlessinger undraped ( "Naked Truth," Newsmakers, Nov. 16).

    Not Gentlemanly

  • But controversy involving a sordid glimpse of the undraped female form, well that's just jim dandy with me.

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  • There are two tombs in the body of the place; but none in the chancel, which is bare, except for the tall candlesticks, and the chancel rail, beyond which is the undraped altar of solid marble, upon which stand four small candlesticks, two at each end.

    Carnacki, the Ghost Finder

  • Thomas Eakins America's great realist (1844 - 1916) was canned from his teaching job at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts for allowing a coed class to draw a male model's undraped you-know-what.

    The Art Of Autumn


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