unclad


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Synonyms for unclad

not wearing any clothes

Synonyms for unclad

having removed clothing

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In Boston, National Grid has accelerated the number of miles of older mains it is upgrading and plans to replace over 400 miles of the remaining cast-iron, wrought-iron and unclad steel pipe in that system over the next 20 years.
5) This process takes place in what is presented as a sculptor's workshop, as a detailed stage direction explains: "They draw the curtains from before Nature's shop, where stands an image clad and some unclad, they bring forth the clothed image" (1.
Even TV coverage of police raids and other crime-busting action needs to be stringently vetted, like raids on brothels showing the faces of unclad bodies of sex workers 'caught in the act.
As late as 2013, two years after the official opening, portions of the internal elevator shafts remained unclad, the ganglia of their wires and cables exposed.
Initially, short bundle of unclad fibers are used to transmit the image but with the poor quality.
The unclad men and women enjoyed a 10km trek along the popular coastal area.
To overcome this issue, it was decided to deliver the units unclad, and carry out the cladding work on-site.
Of the tasteful, unclad images, owner-photographer David Verzi noted, "Featuring models with strictly authentic figures and features, our initial photo group will celebrate the timeless, peerless power and aesthetic appeal of the natural female form.
No more calendars featuring unclad folk of riper years, saying that they are doing it for fun, but secretly thinking they are quite sexy.
Even as a teenager, I liked to try to get glam" Dame Joan Collins "No more calendars featuring unclad folk of riper years, saying that they are doing it for fun, but secretly thinking they are quite sexy.
Young Henry was left (though far from alone) in a not-unfamiliar state of abjection and silence, wittily summarized in pastiche eighteenth-century style, an elaboration which might itself signal some subjective unease: "We shivered unclad and impatient both as to our persons and to our aims, waiting alike for ideas and for breeches; we were supposed to make our dresses no less than to create our characters, and our material was in each direction apt to run short.
A planning application to leave the bridge unclad was withdrawn by Network Rail last summer following staunch criticism that it was cutting corners and dumbing down the design on the PS600 million redevelopment.
Down in Coventry, lad, You'll be asked to Tale of gaddings By a long-ago Derma-Shave believe a unclad diva.
Nation Grid plans to replace the 438 miles of remaining cast-iron, wrought-iron and unclad steel pipe in the Boston system over the next 20 years.
What word do you like best: nude, disrobed, naked, buck naked, bare, garmentless, unclad, au naturel, or peeled?