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unclothe

verb un·clothe \-ˈklōth\

Definition of UNCLOTHE

transitive verb
1
:  to strip of clothes
2
:  divest, uncover <the hardest thing to unclothe is still our fears — Joe Williams>

Examples of UNCLOTHE

  1. <partially unclothed the patient for treatment>

First Known Use of UNCLOTHE

14th century

Rhymes with UNCLOTHE

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