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in the buff

Definition of in the buff in English:

informal Naked: people generally don’t go swimming in the buff in public places
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  • In 1998, in the early morning hours after Montreal's massive Black & Blue circuit party benders, a man awoke in an alley, in the buff, with no memory of who he was or where he came from.
  • I'm not implying we should all be in the buff all the time.
  • Here's a hint, don't try gymnastics in the buff.
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