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1British A person who goes naked in designated areas; a nudist.‘he is a dedicated naturist’
nudist, sun worshipperView synonyms
- ‘The only way to reach the site is over a scenic rocky outcrop that just happens to be a favourite spot for German naturists.’
- ‘From Devon to the Isle of Arran, the naturists have their pick.’
- ‘Then, the next year, we came across a naturist beach on holiday in England by looking for a beach where we could take our dog.’
- ‘I also think the human body is beautiful and love just letting it all hanging out, I could live in a naturist colony for sure.’
- ‘The practice, known as "boots-only hiking", is becoming increasingly popular in the south and the Lake District but naturists have never been seen wandering the Dales before.’
- ‘The only neighbor is a naturist camping place that is situated in the next bay.’
- ‘Playa des Cavallett (south of the airport in Ibiza) and Playa de las Salinas are both popular gay haunts and Playa des Cavallett is also an official naturist beach.’
- ‘The couple believe they are the first to host nude dinners in Scotland, though there are naturist guesthouses in the Borders and Glasgow.’
- ‘Meanwhile, I have also attended naturist sessions in Glasgow, within the city limits.’
- ‘Maybe they were naturists and believed it their right to expose themselves in public.’
- ‘The material was legitimately available in Germany and in his view contained pictures of general naturist interest.’
- ‘On a more mundane level, increasing numbers of naturists are enjoying a naked swim during closed sessions in baths all over Scotland.’
- ‘German naturists are often office workers who enjoy healthy sunshine.’
- ‘Naturists make an awful lot of fuss about the fact that we were all born naked to justify their peculiar inclination to carry on being naked.’
- ‘Ireland, the only country in Europe which still bans nude bathing, is facing a mass campaign by naturists for a change in the law.’
- ‘I have attended swimming sessions of two naturist clubs, albeit using facilities at Haddington, some distance from the city.’
- ‘There appear to be very few rules at the naturist club.’
- ‘But at weekends he travels to Leeds - to swim in the nude with a naturist club.’
- ‘Scottish naturists, like their fellow hobbyists in England, are often forced to go abroad in search of suitable locations.’
- ‘British naturists are doing a charity swim in Loch Ness in Scotland to raise funds for cancer research.’
2A person who worships nature or natural objects.as modifier ‘naturist cults’
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