Meaning of naked
Pronunciation: (nā'kid), [key]
- being without clothing or covering; nude: naked children swimming in the lake.
- without adequate clothing: a naked little beggar.
- bare of any covering, overlying matter, vegetation, foliage, or the like: naked fields.
- bare, stripped, or destitute (usually fol. by of&hasp;): The trees were suddenly naked of leaves.
- without the customary covering, container, or protection: a naked sword; a naked flame.
- without carpets, hangings, or furnishings, as rooms or walls.
- (of the eye, sight, etc.) unassisted by a microscope, telescope, or other instrument: visible to the naked eye.
- defenseless; unprotected; exposed: naked to invaders.
- plain; simple; unadorned: the naked realities of the matter.
- not accompanied or supplemented by anything else: a naked outline of the facts.
- exposed to view or plainly revealed: the naked threat in the letter; a naked vein of coal.
- plain-spoken; blunt: the naked truth.
- unsupported, as by authority or consideration: a naked promise.
- (of seeds) not enclosed in an ovary.
- (of flowers) without a calyx or perianth.
- (of stalks, branches, etc.) without leaves.
- (of stalks, leaves, etc.) without hairs or pubescence.
- having no covering of hair, feathers, shell, etc.
- naked (Thesaurus)