What is another word for denuded?

Pronunciation: [dɪnjˈuːdɪd] (IPA)

The word "denuded" refers to something being stripped of its natural covering. Synonyms for this word can include "deprived," "stripped," "uncovered," or "bared." Other related words include "exposed," "barren," "naked," or "stripped bare." Each of these synonyms can offer a slightly different shade of meaning when it comes to the action or state of something being denuded. Regardless of which synonym is used, it is clear that something has been reduced or stripped of its natural covering, whether it is a tree without leaves, a landscape without vegetation or a person who has been robbed of their clothing.

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What are the hypernyms for Denuded?

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

What are the opposite words for denuded?

Denuded means to strip something of its covering or protection. The antonyms for denuded include clothed, covered, and protected. When something is clothed, it is adorned with a garment or any other suitable covering. This can be used to describe humans, animals, or objects. Covered, on the other hand, means to have an overlay or something draped over an object or surface for protection. Lastly, protected refers to the state of being guarded against harm, loss or damage. This can be physical or otherwise. All these are antonyms for denuded, and they describe the opposite of the state of being stripped of something's natural covering or protection.

What are the antonyms for Denuded?

Usage examples for Denuded

The more easily denuded strata have wasted away to a greater extent than the tougher masses on the other side of the dislocation.
James Geikie
How do inclined strata prove that the strata have been denuded?
James Geikie
Giving up Evie's bedroom only, she intended to stay on at Woburn Place; but from the number of offerings she brought us her own sitting-room was like to be sadly denuded.
"The Debit Account"
Oliver Onions

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