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de·nude / diˈn(y)oōd/ • v. [tr.] (often be denuded) strip (something) of its covering, possessions, or assets; make bare: almost overnight the Arctic was denuded of animals. DERIVATIVES: den·u·da·tion / ˌden(y)oōˈdāshən/ n.

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denude

denude XV. — L. dēnūdāre, f. DE- 3 + nūdāre bare, f. nūdus NUDE.
So denudation XV.

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