He removed her beige Roger Vivier pumps and white lab coat to reveal a denuded ballerina-pink slip dress.
But when we reach the mountain, we see only a denuded plateau of looping ring roads and gray rubble.
Another out of many theories1 is that the hard beds of quartzite are denuded by the disintegration of the softer layers.
On every side were strewed the bodies of our companions, all denuded of their scalps.
With this exception, the entire area is denuded of vegetation.
The almond trees, denuded of their leaves, shook like black skeletons.
They prayed with song and with words; they denuded their shoulders and prayed with their scourges.
A denuded room came into view and the fire lost all its cheerful colour.
Remembering him in Baden-Baden in great magnificence, I wondered at his present denuded state.
We left the streets so as to convey the impression that the place was denuded of troops.
denude de·nude (dĭ-nōōd', -nyōōd')
v. de·nud·ed, de·nud·ing, de·nudes
To divest of a covering, as myelin.