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Bare

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Dictionaries:

  • Included in Eastons: No
  • Included in Hitchcocks: No
  • Included in Naves: No
  • Included in Smiths: No
  • Included in Websters: Yes
  • Included in Strongs: Yes
  • Included in Thayers: Yes
  • Included in BDB: Yes

Strongs Concordance:

Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Bare

BARE, adjective [This word is from opening, separating, stripping.]

1. Naked, without covering; as, the arm is bare; the trees are bare

2. With the head uncovered, from respect.

3. Plain; simple; unadorned; without the polish of refined manners.

4. Laid open to view; detected; no longer concealed.

5. Poor; destitute; indigent; empty; unfurnished.

I have made Esau bare Jer.xlix.

6. Alone; unaccompanied.

7. Thread-bare; much worn.

8. Wanting clothes; or ill supplied with garments.

Under bare poles, at sea, signifies having no sail set.

It is often followed by of; as, the country is bare of money.

BARE, verb transitive [See bare adj.]

To strip off the covering; to make naked; as, to bare the breast.

BARE, the old preterit of bear, now bore.


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Barebone

BA'REBONE, noun [See Bone.] A very lean person.


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Bareboned

BA'REBONED, adjective Lean, so that the bones appear, or rather so that the bones show their forms.


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Bared

BA'RED, participle passive Made bare; made naked.


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Barefaced

BA'REFACED, participle passive [See Face.]

1. With the face uncovered; not masked.

2. Undisguised; unreserved; without concealment; hence shameless; impudent; audacious; as a barefaced falsehood.

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Barefacedly

BA'REFACEDLY, adverb Without disguise or reserve; openly; impudently.


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Barefacedness

BA'REFACEDNESS, noun Effrontery; assurance; audaciousness.


Easton's Bible Dictionary
Barefoot

To go barefoot was a sign of great distress (Isaiah 20:2, 3, 4), or of some great calamity having fallen on a person (2 Samuel 15:30).


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Barefoot

BA'REFOOT, adjective [See Foot.]

With the feet bare; without shoes and stockings. 2 Samuel 15:30. Isaiah 20:2.

BA'REFOOT, adjective or adverb With the feet bare; as, to dance barefoot


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Barefooted

BA'REFOOTED, adjective Having the feet bare.


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Baregnawn

BA'REGNAWN, adjective [See Gnaw.] Eaten bare.


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Bareheaded

BA'REHEADED, [See Head.] Having the head uncovered, either from respect or other cause.


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Bareheadedness

BAREHEADEDNESS, noun State of being bareheaded.


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Barelegged

BA'RELEGGED, adjective Having the legs bare.


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Barely

BA'RELY, adverb Nakedly; poorly; indigently; without decoration; merely; only; without any thing more; as a price barely in title.


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Barenecked

BA'RENECKED, adjective Having the neck uncovered; exposed.


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Bareness

BA'RENESS, noun Nakedness; leanness; poverty; indigence; defect of clothes, or the usual covering.


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Barepicked

BA'REPICKED, adjective Picked to the bone.


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Bareribbed

BA'RERIBBED, adjective Lean.