Synonyms and Antonyms of naked
1 lacking or shed of clothing had recurrent nightmares about being naked in public Synonyms au naturel, bare, bottomless, disrobed, mother-naked, nude, raw, starkers [chiefly British], stripped, unclad, unclothed, undressed Related Words seminude, topless; denuded, peeled; unveiled Phrases in the altogether (or the buff or the nude or one's birthday suit or the raw), stark naked 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
2 lacking a usual or natural covering the winter trees now look so naked without their colorful fall foliage Synonyms bald, bare, denuded, exposed, open, peeled, stripped, uncovered Related Words displayed, revealed; hairless, shaven; disrobed, unclad, unclothed, undressed; furless, skinned; divested; unprotected Near Antonyms mantled; overgrown, overrun, overspread; bearded, hairy Antonyms covered
3 free from all additions or embellishment a naked room waiting for an interior decorator's inspired touch Synonyms bald, bare, plain, plain-vanilla, simple, unadorned, undecorated, unembellished, unornamented, unvarnishedRelated Words denuded, divested, stripped; au naturel, earthy, elemental, homely, natural, unsophisticated; forthright, honest, modest, unpretentious; clean; antiseptic, austere, bleak, severe, spartan, stark; minimalist; inconspicuous, muted, restrained, sober, subdued, toned (down), unobtrusive; conservative, quiet, understatedNear Antonyms flamboyant, flashy, garish, gaudy, glittery, glitzy, loud, ostentatious, showy, splashy, swank (or swanky), tawdry; bedizened, florid, lurid, ornate; exaggerated, overdecorated, overdone, overwrought; baroque, elaborate, extravagant, ornate, rococo; appareled (or apparelled), arrayed, bedecked, decked-out, dressed, embroidered, garnished, trimmedAntonyms adorned, decorated, embellished, fancy, ornamented
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