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bare

Descriptive of a piece of material which is smaller than the specified dimensions; scant.
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I could unload 500 bales of straw off a lorry, casually stack them in the barn and later on, single-handedly wrestle beef steers to the ground, trim their hooves with my bare teeth, pat them matily on the buttocks in a 'no-hard-feelings' kind of way and send them clattering off down the yard with an air of defeat about them.
Standing over her was a young man, who only moments before, in a display of manliness, had gnashed through a coconut shell with his bare teeth.
MYSTERY MACHINE This sign rules all things between the sheets: primal, bare teeth, just-get-in-thereand-get-on-with-it.