Origin of unclad
verb (used with object), un·clothed or un·clad [uhn-klad] /ʌnˈklæd/, un·cloth·ing.
Origin of unclothe
Examples from the Web for unclad
They were completely nude—and Kennon for the first time in his life fully appreciated the beauty of an unclad female.The Lani People|J. F. Bone
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
It was the frank eloquence of the slaughter-house—the unclad humour of the market.The Slave Of The Lamp|Henry Seton Merriman
They may be—out there—(perceiving that the boy is unclad)—but it's peculiar altogether—they look like herrings to me.Voces Populi|F. Anstey