- undress uniform,
- undset, sigrid,
Origin of undressed
verb (used with object), un·dressed or un·drest, un·dress·ing.
verb (used without object), un·dressed or un·drest, un·dress·ing.
Origin of undress
Examples from the Web for undressed
They are an undressed salad compared to a Pacific wild salmon.
“A transgender friend, a mob attacked her and undressed her in public,” Byarugaba said.At Women in the World, the Reality of Uganda’s Brutal Gay Ban|Andrew Romano|March 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Three and half days after his birth/death, I undressed my son, changed his nappy, bathed him, and dressed him in an outfit.Daily Beast Readers React to YouTube Stillborn Baby Memorials|Brandy Zadrozny|November 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Here, on a narrow strip of sand, he undressed and leaped into the waves.Deep Down, a Tale of the Cornish Mines|R.M. Ballantyne
I took off my satchel, intending to tie it round my neck after I had undressed.Martin Hyde, The Duke's Messenger|John Masefield
I undressed the children, and the maid tiptoed in with their tea with the air of a conspirator in a dark and stealthy plot.The Lady of the Basement Flat|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
I took them out of the bosom of baby's frock when I undressed him.Miss Grantley's Girls|Thomas Archer
Standing in the shade of the coulee wall, he undressed deliberately, folding each garment methodically as he took it off.The Happy Family|Bertha Muzzy Bower
1590s, "to shed one's clothing," from un- (2) + dress (v.). Transferred sense of "to strip off (someone's) clothing" is recorded from 1610s. The noun meaning "state of partial or incomplete dress" is attested from 1680s. Undressed "naked (or nearly so)" is recorded from 1610s.