A naked human figure, typically as the subject of a painting, sculpture, or photograph
a study of a kneeling nude
The representation of the naked human figure as a genre in art
the nude was regarded as the ultimate test of artistic skill
a painting of a naked human figure
bare: completely unclothed; "bare bodies"; "naked from the waist up"; "a nude model"
without clothing (especially in the phrase `in the nude'); "they swam in the nude"
a naked person
(nudity) nakedness: the state of being without clothing or covering of any kind
Nude is a concept album released by Camel in 1981. The concept of the album is based on a true story of a Japanese soldier (Hiroo Onoda) marooned on an island in World War II who doesn't know that the war is over. "Nude" derives from his family name "Onoda". ...
Nude is the fourth studio album released by Dead or Alive in 1989 on Epic Records. The band lost their foothold in the UK and U.S. charts with this album, although it proved to be a massive success in Japan, where "Turn Around and Count 2 Ten" spent seventeen weeks at number one. ...
Nude is a painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir painted in 1910.
Nude (Remade, Remodelled, Remixed) is a remix album by British band Dead or Alive released nine months after its companion studio album Nude. ...
"Nude" is a song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, appearing as the third track on their 2007 album In Rainbows. The song was released as the second single from In Rainbows on 31 March 2008. "Nude" was written in 1997, and the band began to perform it live soon after. ...
Nude is the third studio album by the band VAST, released on Carson Daly's independent label 456 Entertainment. It was released on February 24, 2004 and would be the last album not released on his own independent label, 2blossoms. ...
A painting, other artwork or mass-media-reproduced image depicting (a) human figure(s) in a state of near or total undress; The state of total nudity; without clothing or other covering of the skin; of a beige or tan color, evoking bare skin
(nudity) maybe, although words like "gymnastique" (gymnastics) and "gymnase" (gymnasium) based on the same Greek word for nudity (γυμνός - "gymnos") were common in those days, but had lost any reference to nudity;
(Nudity) The showing of the human male or female genitals, pubic area or buttocks with less than a full opaque covering, or the showing of the female breast with less than a fully opaque covering of any portion thereof below the top of the nipple, or the depiction of covered male genitals in a ...
(NUDITY) Dropping a facade; revealing your true nature / Expression of natural feelings or a desire to be intimate; the bare essentials / If anxious: Fear of exposing your true feelings; feeling vulnerable; fear that people may not accept you as you are
(Nudity (Redefinitions)) A little song to sing when the old ditty gets stale and boring.
(Nudity) Exposure in dreams is a powerful event. Often times, people report dreaming they are nude or dressed only in undergarments. These dreams often reveal the vulnerability that lies just below the surface of our more confident selves. ...
(Nudity) Graphic or prolonged depictions of nudity
(Nudity) To dream you are naked represents vulnerability. You fear being found out or judged especially if you suddenly discover you are nude. If you are comfortable in the presence of someone naked it suggests you accept people for who they are.
(Nudity) presentations of the human body, including frontal or rear nudity. May be sexual or non-sexual in context
(nudity) Vulnerability, inferiority feelings, and inadequacy
(nudity) much has been made by the unsophisticated reader that Barsoomians eschew clothing. In reality, the races of Mars are clothed, but in such a manner that a Victorian or Edwardian mentality would view them as "naked"meaning "without trousers. ...
(nudity) n. That quality in art which is most painful to the prurient (Bierce).
Nudity, clothing and attire of EMPLOYEES of licensees are subject to regulation. (Cities and counties may further enforce ordinances pertaining to establishments with adult entertainment.) Rule R19-1-213.