“Privatize” rabbinic courts: “denude” them of legal powers and government budgets.
Now, I can never recall hearing any man, young or old, express a longing to denude other men of their apparel.
I tell you, I'm not going to denude myself of money altogether.
In order to carry on his operations against Waller and Essex, he had been obliged to denude Oxford of troops.
The power of rivers to denude and transport is exemplified daily.
He agreed with me that it was ill to denude the island of its young men, and I might count upon him to discourage the practice.
Are you prepared to denude them of their interest in the land?
Men, though they may denude themselves completely when bathing, always conceal their pudenda from one another's gaze.
Sometimes the struggle lasts for hours on a plot of meadow, which they denude of its grass as cleanly as if it had been ploughed.
Mendicant Order, a religious fraternity, the members of which denude themselves of all private property and live on alms.
denude de·nude (dĭ-nōōd', -nyōōd')
v. de·nud·ed, de·nud·ing, de·nudes
To divest of a covering, as myelin.