Definition of Nudest

1. Adjective. (superlative of nude) ¹



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Definition of Nudest

1. nude [adj] - See also: nude

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nudest

nuddles
nuddling
nuddy
nude dancing
nude mice
nude mouse
nude painting
nude person
nude run
nudely
nudeness
nudenesses
nuder
nudes
nudest (current term)
nudge
nudge nudge wink wink
nudge out
nudged
nudger
nudgers
nudges
nudging
nudibrachiate
nudibranch
nudibranchiata
nudibranchiate
nudibranchs
nudicaul

Literary usage of Nudest

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Alhambra by Washington Irving, Edward Kilburn Robinson (1915)
"... and rent its nudest towers ; yet see ! not one of those slender columns has c>een displaced, not an arch of that light and fragile colonnade ..."

2. Political Theories of the Middle Ageby Otto Friedrich von Gierke, Frederic William Maitland by Otto Friedrich von Gierke, Frederic William Maitland (1900)
"For of trusts we know many, ranging from those which confer the widest discretionary powers to those which are the nudest of nude rights and the driest of ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1874)
"Apparently from the cradle the object which the elder Mill set before him was to produce an intellect in its hardest, nudest form, free from all alloy of ..."

4. The Indebtedness of Chaucer's Works to the Italian Works of Boccaccio: (a by Hubertis Maurice Cummings (1916)
"... and of parental anxiety, he succeeds in finding Mensola and wilfully forces her — Boccaccio describing the scene in the nudest of fashions. ..."

5. Art and Common Sense by Royal Cortissoz (1913)
"... to tell against them, a coarseness that belongs alike to the weakest and the strongest of the technicians among them. Their nudes are the nudest things ..."

6. Certain Difficulties Felt by Anglicans in Catholic Teaching Considered by John Henry Newman (1876)
"Next, nothing but the direct proposition, in its nudest and severest sense, as distinguished from indirect propositions, the grounds of the decision, ..."

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