nudy

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Etymology[edit]

From nude +‎ -y.

Adjective[edit]

nudy (comparative nudier or more nudy, superlative nudiest or most nudy)

  1. (informal) Relating to nudity or nudeness; nude
    • 1969, David English, Divided they stand:
      The New Yorkers took over the Americana Hotel at the north end of the beach, where the management welcomed them with the news that the supper-club show "Toujours Paris" was the "naughtiest, nudiest, sauciest show this side of Europe.
    • 2007, Brad Bauer, Homering in the Clutch:
      “If you think I'm inviting a guy with a severe speech impediment to the nudey bar, you're out of your fucking mind.”

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Noun[edit]

nudy f

  1. inflection of nuda:
    1. genitive singular
    2. nominative plural
    3. accusative plural
    4. vocative plural