Definition of Bares

1. Verb. (third-person singular of bare) ¹



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Definition of Bares

1. bare [v] - See also: bare

Lexicographical Neighbors of Bares

barehandedly
barehanding
barehands
barehead
bareheaded
barelegged
barely
barely there
baren
barenecked
bareness
barenesses
barens
barentsite
barer
bares (current term)
baresark
baresarks
barest
baresthesia
baresthesiometer
barf
barfalicious
barfed
barfi
barfight
barfights
barfing
barfis

Literary usage of Bares

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

1. A Handbook for Travellers in South Germany and Austria by John Murray (Firm), John Murray (Firm (1903)
"Neustadt to bares, by Stein- 211. ... 3M5 bares to Mohacs, by Fünf- 334 334 334 384 kirchen 335 229. bares to ..."

2. American Poetry 1922: A Miscellany by Louis Untermeyer (1922)
"... the tree bares, the music of it changes: Hard and keen is the sound, long and mournful; Pale are the poplar boughs in the evening light Above my house, ..."

3. Handbuch der alten Geographie by Albert Forbiger (1844)
"grossen Ebene zwischen Tarsus und Mopsuestia, ein überaus Fracht- bares Land (Xen. An. l, 2, 22. Strab. 1. 1. ..."

4. Dictionary of Quotations from Ancient and Modern English and Foreign Sources by James Wood (1899)
"... capit—П-- who follows two bares is sure to catch neither Pr. Dupes indeed are many ; but of all dupes there is none so fatally situated as he who lives ..."

5. A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and by James Bell (1832)
"... to subject to the standard of the prophet ; but the Barn bares, who are a warlike race, ... bares ..."

6. The Antiquarian (1871)
"to both, with benefit of survivorship, and charged upon the revenue of the Savoy. bares date'Anno Regni Reg Edwardi fil Edwardi Séptimo.' " 6—49 Ed. III., ..."

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