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(of a person) naked.‘some of the oldest photos in existence are of nekkid women’
- ‘Plus they have a drummer who likes to get nekkid.’
- ‘These middle-aged beauties get nekkid for the photos!’
- ‘Pink sunglasses aside, she was buck nekkid.’
- ‘I still need some nekkid pictures, though.’
- ‘Beware the nekkid lady pictures lurking in the margins.’
- ‘But that's not the only fun way to get nekkid this summer.’
- ‘I'm in a situation where I was required to get nekkid.’
- ‘Although it's possible to take a shower outside, it involves, y'know, being nekkid, and although that may be fine with you, sir, it may not be with everyone else.’
- ‘Did I really want to be nekkid, or close to it, in a national magazine?’
- ‘What could be more enticing than a crowd of nekkid Austrian art fans?’
- ‘She had nekkid pics of herself kissing some other chick.’
- ‘I am gonna look at some nekkid pics now.’
- ‘Also, note that his high moment in public life didn't involve pictures of nekkid women at all.’
- ‘The photos of me nekkid are obviously photoshopped.’
- ‘Do you ever dream about being unexplainedly nekkid at work?’
- ‘Or maybe I'll just imagine what they look like nekkid.’
- ‘And now, look at me going on about the fully-clothed help in a place where there's nekkid ladies up on the stage.’
- ‘But now, if I forget my mobile at home, I feel downright nekkid until I get it back in my hot little hands.’
1970s: representing a regional or humorous pronunciation of naked.
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