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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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"To focus this nasty policy on a group they perceive will get the least sympathy from the general public is a nakedly cynical attempt to divide opposition.
The differences proximity the like roadkill, nakedly between the genders on a night out, in my experience, cannot be denied.
After three months, the results concluded that the rats that had been nakedly exposed to the white LED light had experienced about a "23 percent increase in retinal cell death," according to Daily Mail.
TEHRAN (FNA)- That Riyadh has been able to so nakedly use its influence on such an important issue signals that, for the UN and the international community, humanitarian law and the rights of children come second to political and financial expediency.
Vote Leave campaigner Johnson added: "If that is the American argument, it is nakedly hypocritical.
The Selfish ones are the ones we usually think of " the nakedly ambitious people who are always strategising, sometimes ruthlessly, for their own personal advantage.
The Selfish ones are the ones we usually think of - the nakedly ambitious people who are always strategising, sometimes ruthlessly, for their own personal advantage.
But when serious politics is reduced to a nakedly vote-grabbing TV stunt masquerading as entertainment for the masses - with the clear approval of a man who desperately wants to be Prime Minister - something crucial is in danger of being lost in our ever-fragile democracy.
We are just a few weeks from a general election and so this was, of course, a nakedly electioneering Budget.
To craft the picture's nakedly emotional themes, Eshkeri looked to the most intimate of ensembles, recording with a string trio and piano in close studio quarters.
Powerful crosshatched mask-like graphite heads commemorating the disappeared of Chile were visible through the chancel arches, forming both a frame and almost another prison; a clump of sculptures in wood crouched under the ornately budding pulpitum, nakedly wrenched in pain, with a hollowed-out Our Lady of Sorrows expressing starkly the agony of mother Eve as well as Mary, powerless to protect her child.
Barely a day after taking oath, we have diverse, divisive agendas nakedly out in the front.