leave little to the imagination

leave little to the imagination

1. Of clothing, to hide or cover very little (of the body) or be very revealing. I was quite embarrassed when John showed up for our date wearing ill-fitting jeans that left little to the imagination.
2. To present (something) in a very stark or obvious manner. The film is relentlessly blunt with its anti-religious message, leaving little to the imagination from beginning to end.
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In the UAE, there has been an ongoing debate over visitors who insist on wearing clothes that leave little to the imagination, but the case of a 67-year-old Indian visitor to Dubai wearing a dhoti, a traditional Indian dress that covered him completely, is not and should not be part of that conversation.
The lyrics leave little to the imagination - but Kylie makes sure you understand even with the volume off.
Instructions are step-by-step and, accompanied by color photos, leave little to the imagination, while quilt assembly diagrams accompany tips and tricks for using templates, assembling the project, making borders, and cutting binding.
London, Feb 1 ( ANI ): Keira Knightely, who is known for starring mostly in period drama, has posed provocatively in a series of outfits that leave little to the imagination.
One of the tracks, Lights, Camera, Action, is about making a sex tape and the saucy lyrics leave little to the imagination.
Scruffy, overweight pair Grant and Steph plonk their tatty old van alongside and soon the home on wheels is rocking violently, accompanied by shrieks and groans which leave little to the imagination.
Those stretchy pants leave little to the imagination.
And the six girls leave little to the imagination in the SEX-rated video.
This is an exciting, suspenseful story that will appeal to fans of the cyber-crime action/adventure genre who are not put off by graphic violence, language that would make a sailor blush, and lurid descriptions that leave little to the imagination.
Her clothes leave little to the imagination but to look at Ms Mantovani you'd swear butter wouldn't melt in her mouth.
Not that the production shies away from the hard-hitting elements of the story; the murder of a pe nsioner and rape and battery of a writer and his wife leave little to the imagination and allow the true horror of the scenes to achieve maximum impact.
Also fully guaranteed to stop the traffic are chainmail and hologram dresses that leave little to the imagination.
London, Oct 7 (ANI): Elizabeth Hurley lived up to her reputation of wearing show-stopping dresses that leave little to the imagination at a private party organised by Elton John-she wore a silk cream column dress with a plunging neckline.
ANN SUMMERS have constantly pushed back the boundaries by stocking products and clothing that leave little to the imagination.
And male fans will be more than happy that the 30-year-old's costumes leave little to the imagination.