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The state or fact of being naked.‘scenes of full frontal nudity’
nakedness, bareness, state of undress, undressdéshabilléone's birthday suitView synonyms
- ‘Bui faced objections to everything from a scene involving partial nudity to the most harmless details.’
- ‘I believe that we have been trained to equate nudity with sexual immorality.’
- ‘It seems that nudity is causing outrage again, this time in Wales.’
- ‘My understanding is that there will be gratuitous nudity and madness at this event.’
- ‘Its full frontal nudity is unlikely to cause the blink of a Gallic eyelid when the French see it this Christmas.’
- ‘There are a few minutes in the play where there is complete nudity - you couldn't have a play about life models without it.’
- ‘His brush has found expression in subjects varying from nature to nudity.’
- ‘I still think we're all undervaluing the thrill of nudity achieved via strip-poker.’
- ‘Sorry about the gratuitous nudity - I don't like wearing socks in the house.’
- ‘I suppose I have to admit that I'm really pretty liberal when it comes to nudity and the human body.’
- ‘Scenes of shameless nudity at the Hotel du Vin in Henley-on-Thames have put morning rowers off their stroke.’
- ‘They said they just felt that the explicit depiction of sexual activity and nudity was unacceptable.’
- ‘There is a potent chemistry between the performers and an admirable ease with the full frontal nudity their roles demand.’
- ‘As for children, younger children just seem to giggle and get bored if they see some nudity on TV.’
- ‘Yet, on screen, the sex scenes have remained distinctly cautious: no nudity, nothing smutty.’
- ‘If he had seen her standing there naked, or if her nudity affected him at all, he didn't show it.’
- ‘There will be less talk of her dark mystery from directors who egg her into shower scenes and then allow her nudity to sell their films.’
- ‘Her photographs have mostly focussed on female nudity, the countryside, and dance.’
- ‘The first programme looked at nudity - in a fairly respectable BBC fashion, naturally.’
- ‘Even one of the earliest examples of full frontal nudity on the London stage couldn't save it.’
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