Alexander, 1st Baron Ashburton, 1774–1848, British statesman.
Evelyn, 1st Earl of Cromer, 1841–1917, British statesman and diplomat.
without covering or clothing; naked; nude:
without the usual furnishings, contents, etc.:
open to view; unconcealed; undisguised:
his bare dislike of neckties.
unadorned; bald; plain:
the bare facts.
(of cloth) napless or threadbare.
scarcely or just sufficient; mere:
the bare necessities of life.
Obsolete. with the head uncovered; bareheaded.
to open to view; reveal or divulge:
to bare one’s arms; to bare damaging new facts.
simple past tense of bear1 .
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Baring’s bill for a renewal of the Bank of England’s charter was passed with a handsome government majority.
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Here He weeps and prays at the very moment when He is Baring the arm of Omnipotence.
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The first news he received in London was regarding the stolen draft presented at Baring’s.
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“He didn’t do it,” interrupted Doubleday huskily and Baring his teeth as he spoke.
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The unseen man’s hands tore at his neck and shoulder, ripping away the synthetic flesh and Baring the complex framework beneath.
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Evelyn, 1st Earl of Cromer. 1841–1917, English administrator. As consul general in Egypt with plenipotentiary powers, he controlled the Egyptian government from 1883 to 1907
unclothed; exposed: used esp of a part of the body
without the natural, conventional, or usual covering or clothing: a bare tree
lacking appropriate furnishings, etc: a bare room
unembellished; simple: the bare facts
(prenomial) just sufficient; mere: he earned the bare minimum
with one’s bare hands, without a weapon or tool
(transitive) to make bare; uncover; reveal
(archaic) a past tense of bear1
Old English bær “naked, uncovered, unclothed,” from Proto-Germanic *bazaz (cf. German bar, Old Norse berr, Dutch baar), from PIE *bhosos (cf. Armenian bok “naked;” Old Church Slavonic bosu, Lithuanian basas “barefoot”). Meaning “sheer, absolute” (c.1200) is from the notion of “complete in itself.”
Old English barian, from bare (adj.). Related: Bared; baring.
- Alexander baring
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a port city in S Bangladesh, on the Ganges River. Historical Examples At the end of 1902 an outbreak occurred in the Barisal gaol, Bengal, in which nearly one-third of the cases ended fatally. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 7 Various The golden age dawned on the steamer service between Khulna and Barisal. […]
without covering or clothing; naked; nude: bare legs. without the usual furnishings, contents, etc.: bare walls. open to view; unconcealed; undisguised: his bare dislike of neckties. unadorned; bald; plain: the bare facts. (of cloth) napless or threadbare. scarcely or just sufficient; mere: the bare necessities of life. Obsolete. with the head uncovered; bareheaded. to open […]
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