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in the nude

Without any clothes; naked. You may love fashion now, but as a kid you wanted nothing to do with clothes and were always running around in the nude! My roommate constantly hangs out in the apartment in the nude. I think I'm going to find a new place to live.
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in the ˈnude

wearing no clothes; naked: It’s a painting of the Duchess of Alba in the nude.People sunbathe in the nude on the rocks above the creek.
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In recalling his childhood interests in the nude in this way, Gosse's account thus suggests that, from long before the development of the distinct fin-de-siecle homosexual subculture, indeed from before the Great Exhibition of 1851, even fiercely academic nudes had the power to address a wide range of subjects, both male and female, urban and rural, rich and poor, promiscuous and chaste, with consequently diverse erotic preferences and political agendas.
To my surprise, they called and asked me to come back again, this time to do a reading in the nude.
In one episode, a plague of rabbits and Jack's tendency to sleepwalk in the nude combine to end up with him, the bunnies and Bishop Brennan who has a phobia about rabbits in bed together.
The jury found that Thad's Social Club, where for a fee customers could ``disrobe, socialize and dance in the nude and/or engage in sexual acts,'' was the target of a vendetta.
The film, which also has co-star Dominic West in the nude, has already been seen in US cinemas, where audiences were surprised to see so much naked flesh.
Olympic team, most of them photographed in the nude.