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Without any clothes on; naked.‘she's agreed to pose in the altogether’
- ‘And they genuinely believe that they created a fashion for male celebrities appearing in the altogether.’
- ‘He struts around confidently in the altogether.’
- ‘Eventually, the film implodes under the burden of its repetitiveness, so that by the time we reach the end we feel like we've seen half the planet's population in the altogether.’
- ‘I have no doubt he dreamt up some of the city's freeways he subsequently built while sunning himself in the altogether.’
- ‘The poor old emperor striding down the street in the altogether was, of course, blissfully unaware that he hadn't got any clothes on.’
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