One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In an unclothed state; naked.‘I like to swim in the nude’
- ‘Lawmaker Dorothy Pelote has introduced a bill in the state House of Representatives to ban people from answering the door in the nude.’
- ‘So if cotton's all you've got, then yes, you're better off in the nude.’
- ‘Robbie is no stranger to getting naked - he recently confessed to recording songs in the nude.’
- ‘So I stripped him down and let him play in the water in the nude.’
- ‘Work includes pastels by a mad woman from Taree, photographs by someone who really shouldn't be seen in the nude, and a guy who is so past his prime it's just embarrassing.’
- ‘Pensioner Brian Holmes celebrated his 89th birthday - by going for a swim in the nude.’
- ‘In awkward embarrassment they stripped down and continued their performance in the nude.’
- ‘During the day, the island is strictly reserved for those who prefer to swim and sunbathe in the nude.’
- ‘I have an urge to walk around in the nude, but Neil has a roommate and while he's at work, I'd be rather aghast to have him show up unexpectedly.’
- ‘It is not uncommon to see tourists as well as native-born Jamaicans enjoying the beach in the nude along this seven-mile strip.’
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