[ US /ˈneɪkəd/ ]
[ UK /nˈeɪkɪd/ ]
[ UK /nˈeɪkɪd/ ]
devoid of elaboration or diminution or concealment; bare and pure
you may kill someone someday with your raw power
lacking any cover
lie on the naked rock
naked branches of the trees
having no protecting or concealing cover
naked to mine enemies
a nude model
naked from the waist up
(of the eye or ear e.g.) without the aid of an optical or acoustical device or instrument
visible to the naked eye
How To Use naked In A Sentence
- I have no great picture of her to link because I am out of town in San Francisco and all the pictures I have are the naked librarian Playboy centerfolds I got in email a few days back.
- I had to join this long queue, that snaked around a couple of times, and as each person left, a disembodied voice said, ‘Cashier number seven, please!’
- They kept to the brush and trees, and invariably the man halted and peered out before crossing a dry glade or naked stretch of upland pasturage. War
- The artist had depicted her lying naked on a bed.
- The mite is just visible to the naked eye.
- They stood, without any respect for regularity, on each side of a straggling kind of unpaved street, where children, almost in a primitive state of nakedness, lay sprawling, as if to be crushed by the hoofs of the first passing horse. The Waverley
- The women, all middle-aged, were naked, masking their state of undress behind the banner.
- It was so cold that nobody can make his hands naked.
- He lies on a rock, a mountain looming above him and his naked body partially covered by a white dress.
- a bare hillside. Naked can mean 'without a protective covering':a naked sword.