undress

Part of speech: verb

To divest of clothes; strip.

Part of speech: verb

To remove one's clothing.

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to everyday attire; hence, informal.

Part of speech: noun

Ordinary attire; negligee.

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Usage examples "undress":

  1. Oh, Rosalie dear, I have often and often fallen asleep, unable to undress myself from weariness, after acting in the play; and again and again I have wished that I had never seen the inside of a theatre, and never known anything of the wretched life of an actress! - "A Peep Behind the Scenes", Mrs. O. F. Walton.
  2. " No," said Christie, beginning to undress. - "Devil's Ford", Bret Harte.
  3. " You dare try to undress me again, Master Bertram," the statuesque Maud was screaming. - "Poor Relations", Compton Mackenzie.