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unclothe

[uhn-klohth]
verb (used with object), unclothed or unclad [uhn-klad] , unclothing.
1.
to strip of clothes.
2.
to remove a covering from; lay bare; uncover.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English unclothen. See un-2, clothe

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unclad (ʌnˈklæd)
 
adj
having no clothes on; naked

unclothe (ʌnˈkləʊð)
 
vb , -clothes, -clothing, -clothed, -clad
1.  to take off garments from; strip
2.  to uncover or lay bare

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unclothe
c.1300, uncloþe (trans.), from un- (2) + clothe (v.). Refl. sense is attested from 1382.
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Example sentences
It was a loud and raucous festival of the unclad and the uninhibited wandering the streets at all hours.
The unclad thermometer should always provide the lower temperature.
These materials will consist of clad metal alloys, clad oxide pellets and unclad oxide pellets.
Small, unclad bits of fuel would need to be properly containerized and those containers certified to some degree.
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