To remove the clothing or cover from; strip. (verb-transitive)
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Use "unclothe" in a sentence
"Director Ron Daniels kept the action fluid and focused - he even captured Neruda's sung love poem to his wife by having the poet artfully unclothe her, with only her upper back revealed to the audience."
"In light that shrieked from this potency glared an image of each, perceived and bared as only climacteric can, unclothe in fervency of mutual ascent, the nakedness of man."
"Perhaps this desire to unclothe the reporter stemmed from her deeply held belief that wearing more than a few leaves posed a grave mental health risk."