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, 'The sea that bares her bosom to the wind'?
Every one is grateful to an adversary who bares himself to the waist in a duel.
I should vastly like to be present when Siddle bares his heart to you this afternoon.
From this island they ship more than 350 bares of cloves each year.
He smokes his forge, he bares his sinewy arm, And bravely pounds the sounding anvil warm.
Tyne is responsible for its cleanliness—or rather, that particular portion of Tyne which she bares above her elbows.