verb (used with object), un·dressed or un·drest, un·dress·ing.
verb (used without object), un·dressed or un·drest, un·dress·ing.
Examples from the Web for undrest
When I was with you they were, indeed, excepting the first, in a rude and undrest shape.'The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge|Samuel Taylor Coleridge
So Amyas went in, and found Frank laid on the outside of his bed not yet undrest.Westward Ho!|Charles Kingsley
When she was undrest and had extinguished her candle, she opened the lattice window of her chamber and put out her head.Ghosts and Family Legends|Catherine Crowe
British Dictionary definitions for undrest
Word Origin and History for undrest
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.