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Bare vs. Nude

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  • Bare (adjective)

    Minimal; that is or are just sufficient.

    "a bare majority"

  • Bare (adjective)

    Naked, uncovered.

    "I do wonder why keeping my little breasts bare can be lewd even as none tells my brother anything for being bare-chested."

  • Bare (adjective)

    Having no supplies.

    "a room bare of furniture"

    "The cupboard was bare."

  • Bare (adjective)

    Having no decoration.

    "The walls of this room are bare — why not hang some paintings on them?"

  • Bare (adjective)

    Having had what usually covers (something) removed.

    "The trees were left bare after the swarm of locusts devoured all the leaves."

  • Bare (adjective)

    A lot or lots of.

    "It's bare money to get in the club each time, man."

  • Bare (adjective)

    With head uncovered; bareheaded.

  • Bare (adjective)

    Without anything to cover up or conceal one's thoughts or actions; open to view; exposed.

  • Bare (adjective)

    Mere; without embellishment.

  • Bare (adjective)

    Threadbare, very worn.

  • Bare (adverb)

    Very; significantly.

    "That pissed me off bare."

    "It's taking bare time."

  • Bare (adverb)

    Barely.

  • Bare (adverb)

    Without a condom.

  • Bare (noun)

    The surface, the (bare) skin.

  • Bare (noun)

    Surface; body; substance.

  • Bare (noun)

    That part of a roofing slate, shingle, tile, or metal plate, which is exposed to the weather.

  • Bare (verb)

    To uncover; to reveal.

    "She bared her teeth at him."

  • Nude (adjective)

    Without clothing or other covering of the skin; without clothing on the genitals or female nipples.

    "Why do you act so prudish whenever you see nude people?"

  • Nude (adjective)

    Of a color (such as beige or tan) that evokes bare flesh.

  • Nude (adjective)

    Not valid; void.

  • Nude (noun)

    A painting, sculpture, photograph or other artwork or mass-media-reproduced image depicting one or more human figure(s) in a state of near or total undress.

    "Michelangelo's David is a well-known standing male nude; Michelangelo also created several other nudes."

    "Lexa sent me a nude last week."

  • Nude (noun)

    The state of total nudity.

    "she caught him in the nude"

  • Nude (noun)

    A color that resembles or evokes bare flesh; a paint, dye, etc. of such color.

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Oxford Dictionary
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  • Bare (adjective)

    Without clothes or covering; stripped of the usual covering; naked; as, his body is bare; the trees are bare.

  • Bare (adjective)

    With head uncovered; bareheaded.

  • Bare (adjective)

    Without anything to cover up or conceal one's thoughts or actions; open to view; exposed.

  • Bare (adjective)

    Plain; simple; unadorned; without polish; bald; meager.

  • Bare (adjective)

    Destitute; indigent; empty; unfurnished or scantily furnished; - used with of (rarely with in) before the thing wanting or taken away; as, a room bare of furniture.

  • Bare (adjective)

    Threadbare; much worn.

  • Bare (adjective)

    Mere; alone; unaccompanied by anything else; as, a bare majority.

  • Bare (noun)

    Surface; body; substance.

  • Bare (noun)

    That part of a roofing slate, shingle, tile, or metal plate, which is exposed to the weather.

  • Bare

    To strip off the covering of; to make bare; as, to bare the breast.

  • Bare (verb)

    Bore; the old preterit of Bear, v.

  • Nude (adjective)

    Bare; naked; unclothed; undraped; as, a nude statue.

  • Nude (adjective)

    Naked; without consideration; void; as, a nude contract. See Nudum pactum.

Webster Dictionary
  • Bare (verb)

    lay bare;

    "bare your breasts"

    "bare your feelings"

  • Bare (verb)

    make public;

    "She aired her opinions on welfare"

  • Bare (verb)

    lay bare;

    "denude a forest"

  • Bare (adjective)

    denuded of leaves;

    "the bare branches of winter"

  • Bare (adjective)

    completely unclothed;

    "bare bodies"

    "naked from the waist up"

    "a nude model"

  • Bare (adjective)

    lacking in amplitude or quantity;

    "a bare livelihood"

    "a scanty harvest"

    "a spare diet"

  • Bare (adjective)

    without the natural or usual covering;

    "a bald spot on the lawn"

    "bare hills"

  • Bare (adjective)

    not having a protective covering;

    "unsheathed cables"

    "a bare blade"

  • Bare (adjective)

    just barely adequate or within a lower limit;

    "a bare majority"

    "a marginal victory"

  • Bare (adjective)

    apart from anything else; without additions or modifications;

    "only the bare facts"

    "shocked by the mere idea"

    "the simple passage of time was enough"

    "the simple truth"

  • Bare (adjective)

    lacking a surface finish such as paint;

    "bare wood"

    "unfinished furniture"

  • Bare (adjective)

    providing no shelter or sustenance;

    "bare rocky hills"

    "barren lands"

    "the bleak treeless regions of the high Andes"

    "the desolate surface of the moon"

    "a stark landscape"

  • Bare (adjective)

    having extraneous everything removed including contents;

    "the bare walls"

    "the cupboard was bare"

  • Bare (adjective)

    showing ground without the usual covering of grass;

    "a carefully swept bare yard around the house"

  • Nude (noun)

    a painting of a naked figure

  • Nude (noun)

    without clothing (especially in the phrase `in the nude');

    "they swam in the nude"

  • Nude (noun)

    a naked person

  • Nude (adjective)

    completely unclothed;

    "bare bodies"

    "naked from the waist up"

    "a nude model"

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