[ US /dɪˈnud/ ]
[ UK /dɪnjˈuːd/ ]
  1. lay bare
    denude a forest
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How To Use denude In A Sentence

  • When the troops actually got into this situation and found, you know, these hills denuded by naval shellfire and things like this, basically only then did they actually discover what the true nature of the terrain was.
  • Admitting then that gneiss, mica-schist, granite, diorite, &c, were once necessarily covered up, how can we account for the naked and extensive areas of such rocks in many parts of the world, except on the belief that they have subsequently been completely denuded of all overlying strata? X. On the Imperfection of the Geological Record. On the Poorness of Palaontological Collections
  • Besides, does the word 'denude' occur in any writer before, or of, Shakspeare's age? Literary Remains, Volume 2
  • Shetland has been almost totally denuded while at least some remnants of ancient woodland remain on Orkney, hidden in deep defiles and remoter islands.
  • The fact that people have left farm work has denuded many villages of their working populations.
  • Imagine them denuded of even the attenuated r and r release that they are allowed there; imagine their seemingly infinite protraction.
  • The gasping clouds of my breath mingled with the fog as I followed the spoor, pushing through denuded branches and the winter skeletons of undergrowth.
  • The land was denuded of vegetation.
  • It was about the trees, stripped bare now, and their mood sad probably because of their denudement. Suzanna Stirs the Fire
  • He eventually gave her some in maki form, which she patted carefully, deconstructed, and ate ... except for the tuna, which was very neatly denuded of all grains of rice.) 4. Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway
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