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Her use of the bikini, which was invented in France, popularized the skin-baring, two-piece swimsuit in the United States.

Baring souls and exposing warts is no longer a cathartic exercise reserved solely for singer songwriters and soul chanteuses.

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“You must stop baring your midriff,” scolded her headmistress.

Most men though, like Orlando Bloom, have no shame in grinning and baring it all.

But I'll be hanged if I can see myself baring my breast for poisoned arrows, with a seraphic smile on my lips, over here!

In order to raise the revenue, Mr. Baring proposed to deal with the two articles, timber and sugar.

Laura put it on, baring her white neck and shoulders, and turned for Nina to "fasten her up the back."

"My friends," said Grace, baring his head, and raising a feminine hand.

Mr. Baring-Gould says that Brychan lived in the fifth century, and that Morwenna was probably his grand-daughter.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to baring, such as: disclosure, hazard, liability, publicity, risk, and vulnerability.

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