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naked

(nā′kĕd) [AS naced, nude]
Uncovered, exposed to view, nude, bare, devoid of clothing.

naked

(of a plant structure) without hairs or scales.
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He said: "These figures are a nakedly political attempt by the Government to strengthen its hand in the negotiations on public sector pensions, after its failure to sustain the argument that they are unaffordable.
That's when American VI: Ain't No Grave was released as the last in the series of austere, nakedly honest recordings Cash made with legendary rock and rap producer Rick Rubin.
Through it all, when Payne actually does become something of a hero, it rings true because the well-crafted characters in Illegal are robustly layered, nakedly human, and starkly real.
A nakedly Orwellian institution, CCTV has something just shy of a broadcasting monopoly over 1.
Mr Salmond said: "These papers are proof positive of the bad faith of successive UK governments - Labour and Tory - in depriving Scotland of access to our own North Sea resources for nakedly political reasons.
First Minister Alex Salmond said the letters were "proof positive" that Westminster tried to "deprive Scotland of access to our own North Sea resources for nakedly political reasons".
When the truth finally comes out, Castro's singular ability to fool so many, so much and for so long will be nakedly exposed," she said.
The nakedly emotional content and intimate presentation rival masterworks like Van Morrison's "Astral Weeks.
At risk of sounding mildly paranoid, rarely can a supposedly objective media have been so nakedly rooting for a specific outcome.
Both Shaver and Charbonneau had been told they'd be crazy to take a role requiring them to nakedly play gay.
My answer depends upon the day the question is asked, whether my child has come home upset about some girl drama in her classroom and made my heart ache, or whether some reader from Chicago has e-mailed me about one of my earlier novels, saying the way I wrote so nakedly about race or love or family opened a door for her.
The piece is nakedly autobiographical but physically presents itself through veils.