Never had I seen human beings so clad, or rather so unclad, in such amazing squalid-ness and destitution of garments.
It was the frank eloquence of the slaughter-house—the unclad humour of the market.
It swarms with wolfish-looking dogs and dirty, unclad children.
At his door stood the unclad and pallid candidate for district attorney.
The girl-wife followed, and, with deft hands, unclad Alastair and laid him gently in the bed.
A rude north wind raved among the leafless oaks that defied its power with their rugged, unclad arms.
About a hundred years before her namesake had reported that he had seen about thirty natives, all unclad, on an adjacent islet.
But his shoulders and body to the middle were unclad, and were covered with wounds, as were also his arms and face.
At the apparition of the unclad, shipwrecked sailor the maidens flee right and left.
And yet all the while thy soul is uncombed, unwashed, unclad, a poor neglected thing.