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Origin of undress

First recorded in 1590–1600; un-2 + dress
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How to use undress in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for undress

undress

verb (ʌnˈdrɛs)
to take off clothes from (oneself or another)
(tr) to strip of ornamentation
(tr) to remove the dressing from (a wound)
noun (ʌnˈdrɛs)
partial or complete nakedness
informal or normal working clothes or uniform
adjective
characterized by or requiring informal or normal working dress or uniform
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