unclothe

[ uhn-klohth ]
/ ʌnˈkloʊð /

verb (used with object), un·clothed or un·clad [uhn-klad], /ʌnˈklæd/, un·cloth·ing.

to strip of clothes.
to remove a covering from; lay bare; uncover.

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Origin of unclothe

First recorded in 1250–1300, unclothe is from the Middle English word unclothen.See un-2, clothe
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unclothe
/ (ʌnˈkləʊð) /

verb -clothes, -clothing, -clothed or -clad (tr)

to take off garments from; strip
to uncover or lay bare
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