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Definition of skinny-dip in English:

verb

[no object] informal
Swim naked: we spotted the local teenagers skinny-dipping
More example sentences
  • The young girl seeks refuge in nature, by walking through the empty woods or skinny-dipping in the local creek.
  • The six-hour hike to the site winds past streams, pools, and smaller waterfalls, all perfect for skinny-dipping.
  • Break into a public swimming pool at 3 a.m. and go skinny-dipping.

noun

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A naked swim.
Example sentences
  • Dry off in seconds after a glacial-lake skinny-dip or your first hot shower in weeks with Aquis's Adventure Towel.
  • I promptly strip off and go for a quick skinny-dip in the pool.
  • Every morning, regardless of season, Albert had taken his routine skinny-dip in the lake.

Derivatives

skinny-dipper

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noun
Example sentences
  • A woman enjoying an after-dinner walk with her family was one of those who spied the skinny-dippers.
  • The problem that the club and the skinny-dippers say they have with the proposed ordinance is that it uses the proverbial machine gun to kill a mosquito.

Words that rhyme with skinny-dip

sheepdip • rosehip

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