Definitions for bare

Definitions for (verb) bare

Main entry: strip, denudate, denude, bare

Definition: lay bare

Usage: denude a forest

Main entry: publicise, publicize, air, bare

Definition: make public

Usage: She aired her opinions on welfare

Main entry: bare

Definition: lay bare

Usage: bare your breasts; bare your feelings

Definitions for (adj) bare

Main entry: unembellished, unornamented, plain, bare, spare

Definition: lacking embellishment or ornamentation

Usage: a plain hair style; unembellished white walls; functional architecture featuring stark unornamented concrete

Main entry: bare, scanty, spare

Definition: lacking in amplitude or quantity

Usage: a bare livelihood; a scanty harvest; a spare diet

Main entry: nude, naked, au naturel, bare

Definition: completely unclothed

Usage: bare bodies; naked from the waist up; a nude model

Main entry: stripped, bare

Definition: having everything extraneous removed including contents

Usage: the bare walls; the cupboard was bare

Main entry: desolate, bleak, bare, barren, stark

Definition: providing no shelter or sustenance

Usage: bare rocky hills; barren lands; the bleak treeless regions of the high Andes; the desolate surface of the moon; a stark landscape

Main entry: bare

Definition: lacking its natural or customary covering

Usage: a bare hill; bare feet

Main entry: unfinished, bare

Definition: lacking a surface finish such as paint

Usage: bare wood; unfinished furniture

Main entry: simple, mere, bare

Definition: apart from anything else; without additions or modifications

Usage: only the bare facts; shocked by the mere idea; the simple passage of time was enough; the simple truth

Main entry: unsheathed, bare

Definition: not having a protective covering

Usage: unsheathed cables; a bare blade

Main entry: marginal, bare

Definition: just barely adequate or within a lower limit

Usage: a bare majority; a marginal victory

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