undrape

VERB
  1. strip something of drapery
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How To Use undrape In A Sentence

  • undraped windows
  • Admittedly, they were ready sources for undraped models.
  • Menelaus’s sword was drawn to seek vengeance on the agent of his humiliation and suffering, but Helen had merely to undrape her breasts to change his mind. The Trojan War
  • Tibetans, for example, hang a curtain in front of their paintings of Buddha-figures - especially those whose forms are open to misunderstanding by the uninitiated - and undrape them only when meditating or performing rituals. Secondary Tantric Vows
  • Far above in the liquid darkness rolls the brilliant ball of the moon; beneath, in its light, lies the lake, in murmuring, troubled sleep; round about, the mountains, looking strange and blanched, seem to bare their heads and undrape their shoulders. Stories by American Authors, Volume 5
  • “Are you all right?” the officer asked as he moved into the dining room, looking out of the undraped window to see if any perpetrators were hiding. Déjà Vu
  • Thus a Frenchman, viewing the undraped statues which bedizen his native galleries of art, either enjoys them in a purely aesthetic fashion -- which is seldom possible save when he is in liquor -- or confesses frankly that he doesn't like them at all; whereas the visiting Americano is so powerfully shocked and fascinated by them that one finds him, the same evening, in places where no respectable man ought to go. Damn! A Book of Calumny
  • Keith stood in front of his undraped panoramic windows with a sea of San Francisco skyline framing him. The Punany Experience
  • Keeping his eye on contemporary consumer demand in order to exploit the market's top end, he produced plates with undraped figures, but clothed them when he went ‘downmarket.’
  • In the chow lines the men used to read the English papers and the boys first became acquainted with ‘Janie,’ the Queen of the Comics, who could always find some excuse for presenting herself undraped to her readers.
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