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  • adj. Not garbed; unclothed.

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  • adj. having removed clothing


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un- +‎ garbed


  • Only beggars come to the trading fair ungarbed as if it were summer.

    Renegade's Magic

  • Only 'the ungarbed entity within' armed with the divine strength, courage and unconditional love can act in this world free from sorrow and 'armoured against all fear'.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Mintep looked me over in silence for a moment or two; when he had seen me before I had been dressed in my earthly clothes, now I was garbed (or ungarbed) like a Vepajan.

    Pirates of Venus

  • To elude this one would not be difficult; but to enter the village and search it would be practically impossible, garbed, or ungarbed, as he was.

    Tarzan the Untamed

  • Marion, night-garbed or ungarbed, but with sword drawn, first hanging over her slumbering betrayer, then dealing the stroke of vengeance, and then falling -- white against the dark towers and the darker ravines at their base -- to her self-doomed judgment.

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1 From the Beginning to 1800


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