bare

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bare

adjective

Definition of BARE

1
being this and no more <impoverished people who can no longer afford the bare necessities>
Synonyms bare, very
3
lacking a usual or natural covering <the ground was bare, without a trace of grass>
Antonyms covered
4
lacking or shed of clothing <the toddler liked to run around bare>
Near Antonyms covered, veiled; arrayed, caparisoned, decked (out), rigged (out), tricked (out); vested; decent
Antonyms appareled (or apparelled), attired, clad, clothed, dressed, garbed, invested, robed, suited
5
lacking contents that could or should be present <the cupboard was bare—not a thing to eat>
Synonyms bare, blank, clean, devoid, stark, toom [chiefly Scottish], vacant, vacuous, void
Antonyms full
6
utterly lacking in something needed, wanted, or expected <the cupboard was bare of baking supplies>

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