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His restless jealousy of the Administration finds its explanation in his fear that it would denude his State of men.
THE DAY OF THE CONFEDERACYNATHANIEL W. STEPHENSON
She had never forgiven her husband for trying to denude Harry of his birthright.
NOTWITHSTANDINGMARY CHOLMONDELEY
Salt, even in quantities large enough to denude the soil of all vegetation, is never permanently injurious.
It had blood in its veins, like man, that a thrust of a knife could make redly gush forth and denude it to death.
He agreed with me that it was ill to denude the island of its young men, and I might count upon him to discourage the practice.
SAVAGE ISLANDBASIL C. THOMSON
They cover every leaf-bearing thing, and occasionally completely denude whole districts of greenery.
This arises from the fact that the rain supply is quite insufficient to denude the whole existing land surface.
Men, though they may denude themselves completely when bathing, always conceal their pudenda from one another's gaze.
THE MANBOS OF MINDANOJOHN M. GARVAN
To assume that the poet had a rival of his own name is to denude both couplets of all point.
The maid managed wholly to denude the question of its usual grace of solicitude.
THE CONVERTELIZABETH ROBINS

WORDS RELATED TO DENUDE

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longanimitynoun | [long-guh-nim-i-tee, lawng- ]SEE DEFINITION
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