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adjective as in without clothing

adjective as in without covering or content

adjective as in simple, unadorned

verb as in reveal

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If you can’t touch the ground with your bare hand or step on it with bare feet, it’ll hurt your pet, Perry and Mynchenberg both say.

Covid-19 is intensifying technonationalist tendencies in part by laying bare the differences between countries that are handling the pandemic well and those that aren’t.

It found that neck gaiters made out of a polyester spandex material allowed more droplets of liquid to pass through when the wearer was speaking than any other type of face covering—and even bare lips.

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In the future, you can see a lot of students going straight for the bare essentials.

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Some good preparation for bare-knuckle New York City politics.

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This year, a bare-bones welfare program will continue into the New Year without being updated.

“Bare [sic] with me on vlogmas,” she told her fans in a Tweet.

The further forward bare-boned science goes, however, the more forceful the counter- response.

Houses were evacuated and stripped bare, and civilians vanished at the sight of a truck.

The American Academy of Pediatrics advocates for infants to be put to sleep in a bare crib to prevent SIDS.

Eggs and nestlings were found lying on the bare soil at the inner ends of the burrows; no nesting material was found.

Sometimes the stems are quite bare; on other occasions they are partly branched; in any case the branches are short.

She thrust a bare, white arm from the curtain which shielded her open door, and received the cup from his hands.

From Canada on the north, to Texas on the south, the hot winds had laid the land seemingly bare.

Her little neck and arms were bare, and her hair, artificially crimped, stood out like fluffy black plumes over her head.


On this page you'll find 177 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bare, such as: bald, exposed, naked, uncovered, denuded, and disrobed.

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