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Synonyms for bare

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without the usual covering

not wearing any clothes

containing nothing

without addition, decoration, or qualification

just sufficient

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lay bare

completely unclothed

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lacking in amplitude or quantity

not having a protective covering

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lacking its natural or customary covering

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just barely adequate or within a lower limit

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apart from anything else

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lacking a surface finish such as paint

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providing no shelter or sustenance

having everything extraneous removed including contents

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lacking embellishment or ornamentation

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As we made our way a few doors down, I was still picturing the beast's bared teeth - Doberman, no doubt - when the physical danger himself came yipping out: a Dachshund.
The raised hackles, the bared teeth, the snarling and the nipping.
And instead of snarling with bared teeth like a true Rottie, 17-month-old Bentley has inherited a sweet nature and just wags his tail.
As for the full-face, bared teeth version - then it is a flash of aggression, a definite warning-off.
The Twomblyish scrawlings in most of the paintings, such as Portrait (Yellow Hair), look too mannered in the context of the hot colors and bared teeth.
If it's about to attack it will give a warning - deep growling, ears flattened against the head, bared teeth and tail held high - which tells you you should immediately separate dog and child.
Some thought they could use its bared teeth to bite into big chunks of devalued but potentially profitable stocks.
With simplified heads that reveal only ravaged skin and aggressively bared teeth, these characters appear to be acting out compulsive myths of American identity: aimless drifting paired with an instinct to kill.
Bared teeth, snarling and drunk, Charlotte let out a barrage of insults at her fella, Kyle, in May, as shocked clubbers looked on in amazement.