Definition of nakedness

Common misspellings:
  • neckedness (100.0%)
  • nakeness (0.0%)
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Examples of usage:
  1. Our old ambassador drew an amusing picture of the effects of despotic governments in that of France If you knew the subjects in foreign countries as well as myself to see them look not like our nation with store of flesh on their backs but like so many ghosts and not men being nothing but skin and bones with some thin cover to their nakedness and wearing only wooden shoes on their feet so that they cannot eat meat or wear good clothes but they must pay the king for it this is a misery beyond expression and that which we are yet free from - Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3) by Isaac Disraeli

  2. Even to this day the brethren of the great Order of religious men which he founded are thus clothed and girt with a cord and shod with nakedness - A Child's Book of Saints by William Canton

  3. Gravesides lying in twilight nakedness - Eyeshine by Paul Cameron Brown