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Take off all of one's clothes and display oneself to others:‘she bared all for Playboy in 2005’
- ‘Reilly says she and the other four tableau actresses bonded through baring all: ‘When you're up there with no clothes on, you've got nothing to hide behind.’’
- ‘In the news environment I was seldom exposed to nude photography, although one of my first assignments happened to be of supermodels baring all to save Table Mountain.’
- ‘It is telling how little encouragement folk needed to bare all for public display.’
- ‘For that to continue and make every single show like a naked performance, I think that's what people want in general, they want to see a band that bares all.’
- ‘I can't say I was too thrilled at the prospect of baring all, but therapist Caroline is obviously well trained in discretion and I soon came to terms with exposing my fatty deposits.’
- ‘‘It was quite bizarre baring all together, but we just got on with it,’ said Kate.’
- ‘Mirren and Walters will be baring all in turn when the film is released later this year.’
- ‘Credit to the dancer who bares all in a display that is more fitting of the mainstream Hollywood film genre.’
- ‘There is nothing like the thought of baring all in a bikini to keep your hand out of the biscuit barrel.’
- ‘Under the leadership of builder Andy Little, they teamed up and presented a Full Monty-style show, baring all in front of two sell-out audiences of women.’
- ‘The girls spilled the beans about which cast member is baring all in the film.’
- ‘He said it was difficult trying to come up with new ideas for the poses but this time the women were much more professional when it came to baring all!’
- ‘The show is about innuendo rather than baring all, but for Burnett it still meant holding his breath and taking the plunge.’
- ‘When I was a girl, I thought nudists were weird and I never imagined it would be me baring all.’
- ‘After walking more than a mile down the side of the dual carriageway, officers in the police patrol car spotted the brothers baring all.’
- ‘A fan of baring all in his movies (Wild Things - you don't even need to freeze-frame), it transpires Kevin Bacon also likes to do the same in real life.’
- ‘Staff at Geraldton Aquarena are baring all to raise money towards more shade provision.’
- ‘Vanessa Olivarez - First to be voted out of the finalist round, we all know Vanessa quickly shed her clothes to bare all for PETA.’
- ‘The idea of 12 mature ladies - mostly from the Hamble area - baring all for charity might have sent shockwaves through the marine world.’
- ‘A sculpture of a woman baring all has just gone on show at a North Yorkshire church - and already some indignant worshippers are asking for it to be removed to spare their blushes.’
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