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Origin of bare bones
OTHER WORDS FROM bare bonesbare-bones, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for bare bones
From that meeting, they generate a barebones, two-page outline.This Is How an Episode of Cartoon Network’s ‘Adventure Time’ Is Made|Rich Goldstein|December 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Your Barebones, and Hop-an'-jumps, and creatures of that vulgar herd, are quite out of my category.'Miss Elliot's Girls|Mrs Mary Spring Corning
And old Father Murray is just the dearest old man ever was, and hasn't got a long, solemn face like Mr. Barebones.The Actress' Daughter|May Agnes Fleming
He was a prominent member of the Barebones Parliament, but after its extinction ceased to exercise any political influence.
Barebones' Parliament, a body full of stiff-backed and fanatical Independents, soon proved too restive for its creator.A History of England|Charles Oman
British Dictionary definitions for bare bones
Idioms and Phrases with bare bones
The mere essentials or plain, unadorned framework of something, as in This outline gives just the bare bones of the story; details will come later. This phrase transfers the naked skeleton of a body to figurative use. [c. 1900]