un·clothed | \ ˌən-ˈklōt͟hd \

Definition of unclothed 

: not clothed

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Police found the victim's unclothed body in the woods. an artist's drawings of clothed and unclothed figures

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The tour was attended by some 160 unclothed people, with the event sold out in under two days. Deutsche Welle, USA TODAY, "In a first for the French capital, Paris museum opens its doors to nudists," 5 May 2018 Brandon Devon Woods was charged with two counts of taking pictures of someone who was unclothed, according to authorities. Deasia Paige, Detroit Free Press, "Southfield man accused of taking photos of women in dressing room," 5 July 2018 Former wrestlers have said Ohio State's locker room showers and sauna attracted faculty members and others who were interested in seeing the wrestlers unclothed. Elise Viebeck, chicagotribune.com, "'It's false': Jim Jordan slams accusers amid multiple reports he ignored sex abuse at Ohio State," 7 July 2018 Former wrestlers have said Ohio State’s locker room showers and sauna attracted faculty members and others who were interested in seeing the wrestlers unclothed. Elise Viebeck, Washington Post, "‘It’s false’: Rep. Jim Jordan slams accusers amid accusations he ignored sexual abuse at Ohio State," 6 July 2018 New Jersey court records say Giella confessed to fondling one of the girls and taking photos of her unclothed. Mark Scolforo, The Seattle Times, "Sisters seek to end gag order in priest sex abuse settlement," 2 July 2018 That charge alleged Greitens took and transmitted a nonconsensual photo of the women who has testified that she was bound, blindfolded and unclothed by Greitens in the basement of his St. Louis home. Washington Post, "Missouri Gov. Greitens subpoenaed by House investigation," 25 May 2018 Walter Crayton was arrested by Cambridge police after two teenagers studying at the library technology center spotted him looking at an image of an unclothed girl on a library computer on Jan. 21, 2009. John R. Ellement, BostonGlobe.com, "Sex offender twice convicted of viewing child porn in Cambridge library will get new trial," 23 May 2018 This year the unclothed cavalcade will be led by beloved burlesque artist Trixie Minx, who plans to ride in a pedicab wearing a glittering golden bicycle helmet, emphasizing bicycle safety. Doug Maccash, NOLA.com, "New Orleans Naked Bike Ride 2018: the bare facts," 30 May 2018

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First Known Use of unclothed

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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English Language Learners Definition of unclothed

: not wearing clothes


un·clothed | \ ˌən-ˈklōt͟hd \

Kids Definition of unclothed

: not wearing or covered with clothes

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