verb (used without object)
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One day, my only companions were a pair of soaring bald eagles.In Big Sky country, a pandemic-era fly-fishing getaway|Carl Fincke|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
Our bald, bar-coded protagonist isn’t running away from boulders or fireballs like Nathan Drake.‘Hitman 3’ is the grandest stage for your own stories, even as it tries to end its own|Gene Park|January 19, 2021|Washington Post
For the past two years, I appeared on that card completely bald as a result of the chemotherapy I underwent to eliminate the cancer in my right lung.Rep. Watson Coleman: I’m 75. I had cancer. I got covid-19 because my GOP colleagues dismiss facts.|Bonnie Watson Coleman|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
Two of the finest conifers — the dawn redwood and the bald cypress — lose their needles in winter.Winter wonders: Conifers revive the sleeping garden. But remember, less is more.|Adrian Higgins|December 2, 2020|Washington Post
At the northern end, the DuPont Environmental Education Center is home to a variety of critters, including bald eagles, muskrats, red foxes and belted kingfishers.In Delaware, a new Instagram-friendly driving trail spotlights local artists and sites|Andrea Sachs|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
They did not baldly call for a coup, but they did exhort soldiers to “take a stand.”Thailand’s Prime Minister Toppled by ‘The Iron Triangle’|Lennox Samuels|May 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So baldly clear is this realization that I might as well be acknowledging that I will never have eight legs and spin a web.
Chavez could be declared "temporarily absent," a narrowly legal if baldly political maneuver to forestall succession.If Hugo Chavez Succumbs, a Dangerous Limbo for Venezuela|Mac Margolis|January 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Brzezinski drafted a letter for Carter to send to the shah that baldly enjoined him to use force against the demonstrators.
In 2002, Americans rejected this baldly isolationist statement by well over two to one.
The “Royal March” of Italy was played, first baldly, then with manifold clinging and wreathing variations.Aurora the Magnificent|Gertrude Hall
The problem of the North was, to put it baldly, one of invasion and conquest.History of the United States|Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
“You look clean tuckered out,” he announced, baldly; then he laid a coaxing hand on her arm.Seven Miles to Arden|Ruth Sawyer
Such, crudely and baldly, is the famous nebular hypothesis of Laplace.Pioneers of Science|Oliver Lodge
He was too amazed to do anything but answer her literally and baldly.Rough-Hewn|Dorothy Canfield