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naked

1. (of the seeds of gymnosperms) not enclosed in a pericarp
2. (of flowers) lacking a perianth
3. (of stems) lacking leaves and other appendages
4. (of animals) lacking hair, feathers, scales, etc.
5. Law
a. unsupported by authority or financial or other consideration
b. lacking some essential condition to render valid; incomplete

What does it mean when you dream about being naked?

Being naked in a dream suggests exposure of self to others, being vulnerable to how others see one, feeling ashamed of being found out. If one is naked like a baby, nakedness can also represent the desire for freedom or freedom of expression. Nakedness also suggests being unencumbered and uninhibited.

NAKed

Having received a negative acknowledgment. See NAK.
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The differences proximity the like roadkill, nakedly between the genders on a night out, in my experience, cannot be denied.
Never in our history, would the president of the United States so nakedly try to go after, try to go after, to single out a single religion.
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The BMA's actions are nakedly political, as indeed they often were back in 2011.
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Now a campaign has been launched to block the nakedly greedy activities of the touts.
Vote Leave campaigner Johnson added: "If that is the American argument, it is nakedly hypocritical.
The Selfish ones are the ones we usually think of " the nakedly ambitious people who are always strategising, sometimes ruthlessly, for their own personal advantage.
The Selfish ones are the ones we usually think of - the nakedly ambitious people who are always strategising, sometimes ruthlessly, for their own personal advantage.
But when serious politics is reduced to a nakedly vote-grabbing TV stunt masquerading as entertainment for the masses - with the clear approval of a man who desperately wants to be Prime Minister - something crucial is in danger of being lost in our ever-fragile democracy.