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Synonyms for denude

lay bare

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Borland said, "Improved latch-up immunity afforded by the Genus BILLI structure, and bulk wafer denuding, make epi replacement possible.
But environmentalists are blaming it for denuding healthy 500-year-old trees; for wholesale clearcutting, indiscriminate road building, watershed and animal habitat loss; and for contributing to such "natural" disasters as recent massive flooding in Idaho.
Relentless persecution of the great cats, combined with the near extermination of deer by hunters and poachers and the denuding of vast tracts of land by loggers, drove eastern cougars to apparent extinction by the early 1900s, except for a remnant population in the swamps of southern Florida.
But believe it or not, our wildlife is remarkably efficient at denuding fruit trees with astonishing speed.
Rubbing moist skin on sheets, diapers, and clothing leads to denuding of the skin and increases its permeability to irritants.