Definition of unclad in English:

unclad

Line breaks: un¦clad
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈklad
 
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adjective

1Unclothed; naked: unclad beauties in tropical pools
More example sentences
  • Cindy's partly unclad body was found on her mother's bed.
  • Nonetheless, the upper body is left unclad, in what to the Western view is an apparent paradox.
  • It's mostly relating to unclad pop and sports stars and/or free music, anyway.
2Not provided with cladding: unclad girders
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  • Funding is still needed to complete the rear part, a concrete shell as yet unclad.
  • The unclad product is furnished in alloys having a low melting temperature.
  • With its lack of heating, concrete floor and unclad walls, this has to be the coldest gallery south of Helsinki.

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