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undraped

Line breaks: un|draped
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈdreɪpt
 
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Definition of undraped in English:

adjective

1Not covered with cloth or drapery: leave the bed frame undraped for a smart Shaker look
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  • Extending into the kitchen, the 12-inch tiles attract the eye and combine with the undraped window to make the nook appear bright and spacious.
  • The next morning, Darren woke up to the sunlight that came in the undraped windows.
  • Her experiences as wife to the degenerate Glyde are held back from the respectable reader, lest they offend like undraped piano legs in the drawing-room.
1.1(Especially of a model or subject in art) naked: a distracting portrait of her with her charms undraped
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  • In the spring of 1893 a journalist wrote that she had ‘some strong figure work in her studio, the undraped model being the subject.’
  • Admittedly, they were ready sources for undraped models.
  • I tell her what worried me most were the undraped photo-shoots she did for men's magazines such as FHM.

Words that rhyme with undraped

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