What is another word for bared?

Pronunciation: [bˈe͡əd] (IPA)

Bared is a word that can mean to reveal or expose something, particularly something that was previously hidden or covered. Other synonyms that can convey similar meanings include uncovered, unveiled, disclosed, revealed, exposed, laid bare, and opened up. These words often suggest a sense of vulnerability or the removal of a barrier or restriction. Bared can also refer to physical or emotional states, such as someone who is baring their teeth in anger or baring their soul in a heartfelt confession. In all cases, synonyms for bared can help to convey the nuances of what is being revealed and how it is being done.

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What are the hypernyms for Bared?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for bared?

"Bared" refers to something that is uncovered, exposed or made visible. The word brings to mind images of nudity or vulnerability. The opposite of "bared" is "covered", which means something is hidden, veiled or protected. This antonym is often used when describing objects that are wrapped, shielded or shrouded, such as a covered car, covered patio or a covered dish. Another antonym could be "concealed", meaning something is kept secret or hidden, such as a concealed weapon or a concealed identity. Other antonyms that come to mind include "clothed", "protected", "veiled", "guarded", and "shielded". These words can offer a range of meanings and create different contexts, depending on how they are used in a sentence.

What are the antonyms for Bared?

  • imp. & p. p.

    noun

Usage examples for Bared

Before descending the steps, the Elder, with bared head, stepped forward and stood regarding the people in silence, and the noise of shouting and cheering stopped as suddenly as it began.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
All presented a horrible sight; their eyes were open, full of settled terror, and their teeth were bared.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
The mountain was in line of the sweep of the winds, and was bared of snows.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Bared

  • Richard Pryor is, in my mind, the most honest comedian. He bared his soul to people. I think that's why everybody loved him so much.
    Joe Rogan
  • I still feel like there are a lot of things in me that people haven't seen. My soul hasn't been bared yet.
    Gedde Watanabe
  • And the angel's body was bared, and he was clothed in light so that eye could not look on him; and his voice grew louder, as though it came not from him but from heaven above.I have learnt that all men live not by care for themselves, but by love.It was not given to the mother to know what her children needed for their life. Nor was it given to the rich man to know what he himself needed. Nor is it given to any man to know whether, when evening comes, he will need boots for his body or slippers for his corpse.all men live not by the thought they spend on their own welfare, but because love exists in man.I have now understood that though it seems to men that they live by care for themselves, in truth it is love alone by which they live. He who has love, is in God, and God is in him, for God is love.
    Leo Tolstoy
  • His cheek was pale as marble, and as cold; But his lip trembled not, and his dark eyes Glanced proudly round. But when they bared his breast For the death-shot, and took a portrait thence, He clenched his hands, and gasped, and one deep sob Of agony burst from him; and he hid His face awhile—his mother's look was there. He could not steel his soul when he recalled The bitterness of her despair. It passed— That moment of wild anguish; he knelt down; That sunbeam shed its glory over one, Young, proud, and brave, nerved in deep energy; The next fell over cold and bloody clay. . . .
    Letitia Elizabeth Landon
  • The place, with its gray sky and withered garlands, its bared spaces and scattered dead leaves, was like a theater after the performance — all strewn with crumpled playbills.
    Henry James

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