- a simple past tense and past participle of unclothe.
- naked; nude; undressed.
Origin of unclad
- to strip of clothes.
- to remove a covering from; lay bare; uncover.
Origin of unclothe
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Examples from the Web for unclad
It was the frank eloquence of the slaughter-house—the unclad humour of the market.The Slave Of The Lamp
Henry Seton Merriman
Swarthy, unclad children were as numerous and active as young chickens.Aztec Land
Maturin M. Ballou
It swarms with wolfish-looking dogs and dirty, unclad children.The Bridge of the Gods
Frederic Homer Balch
At his door stood the unclad and pallid candidate for district attorney.The Sturdy Oak
Samuel Merwin, et al.
Others there were who were but in evil case, unarmed, and unclad, who were scarce whole.The Romance of Morien
Jessie L. Weston
- having no clothes on; naked
- to take off garments from; strip
- to uncover or lay bare
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Word Origin and History for unclad
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