Lazy and indifferent the heron returns; the sky veils her stars; then bares them.
It follows established facts, and bares to the reader the heart of his race.
He bares his arms, and chucks the food into his mouth without ever moving his jaws.
And I want snares to catch the rabbits and the squirrels and the bares, and a pot to cook them in.
Or your English poet Wordsworth, ...