adjective, bar·er, bar·est.
verb (used with object), bared, bar·ing.
Origin of bare1
SYNONYMS FOR bare
ANTONYMS FOR bare
Related formsbar·ish, adjectivebare·ness, noun
Definition for bares (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for bares
Oliver bares his soul as he highlights comments in which he is compared to a parrot and knocked for mocking an unremarkable soda.Viral Video of the Day: John Oliver Reads Your YouTube Comments|Alex Chancey|September 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In his new 500-page memoir, Pete Townshend, quixotic songwriter/guitarist for The Who, bares his soul.Speed Read: 11 Most Shocking Moments From Pete Townshend’s ‘Who I Am’|Abby Haglage|October 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The frame, divided into sections, bares the geometric abstraction of the artist's Cubist period.
The diffuse and imprecise nature of just who bares the increased tax liabilities makes the point difficult to understand.
In ZDT, the actual raid on Osama bin Laden bares more resemblance to a surgical procedure than an all-out military assault.From ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ to ‘Medal of Honor’ Video Game: The SEAL Team Six Gift Guide|Benjamin Schor|December 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Or your English poet Wordsworth, 'The sea that bares her bosom to the wind'?The Beautiful White Devil|Guy Boothby
Carlyle differs from the ordinary religious enthusiast in the way he bares his bosom to the storm.Fresh Fields|John Burroughs
The poor little bourriquot having no one to thump, bares its back and puts up with it.Tartarin de Tarascon|Alphonse Daudet
Egidius bares him next, and next Sylvester, And follow both the bridegroom; so the bride Can please them.The Vision of Paradise, Complete|Dante Alighieri
The foreshore at this point consists of chalk, and the selected site just bares at low water ordinary spring tides.