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Synonyms for bare

Synonyms for bare

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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Force is not an option as you already saw with the bared teeth. The indirect way will work far better for her temperament, but it too will require some tough love from everyone.
In particular Bryan McMannus makes a marvellous villain, all bared teeth and sweeping melodramatic gestures.
The standing man clutches an open pocketknife between his bared teeth. Wearing delirious, menacing expressions, they perform the ambiguity between horseplay and genuine aggression.
Called caretas, the papier-mache masks typically are noted for their horns and bared teeth. They are meant to represent demon-like beasts, and wearers (called vejigantes) roam the parades scaring onlookers.
Sixteen months later, Mark Hughes has stabilised them, turned their fortunes around and built a tidy side who no longer rely on mere muscle and bared teeth but are capable of playing the likes of Newcastle off the park.
JBoss' decision appears to be burying the hatchet, albeit through bared teeth.
The reason for this expulsion is shrouded in mystery Was it the curator's bared teeth and mad dog antics?
Eyes bulged, noses flared, lips bared teeth, fists were raised and banners carrying slogans written in foreign languages were unfurled.