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leave nothing 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 nothing 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 nothing to the imagination from beginning to end.
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8 million followers, Nicki has posted a new topless selfie on Instagram, leaving nothing to the imagination.
The story opens with Brandon (Fassbender) wandering around naked and leaving nothing to the imagination.
These sites will incorporate many aspects of the marijuana industry, leaving nothing to the imagination.
Collins ruthlessly depicts the war between the Capitol and rebels in a grisly, violent fashion, leaving nothing to the imagination.
At times that may result in lingerie designers leaving nothing to the imagination, or at times they may just give enough boost underneath your attire to let anyone's imagination run riot.
The most startling pose, which would never be printed in a family newspaper such as The Mirror, features her standing holding a silk sheet and leaving nothing to the imagination.
The star-studded audience gasped in horror as the former Material Girl jigged about on stage, leaving nothing to the imagination.
But it's not so fine if you feel freezing and you're leaving nothing to the imagination.