near-nudity

near-nudity

n
the state of not wearing many clothes
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Nudity is illegal on the streets but creative and artistic near-nudity is encouraged.
There was copious twerking - on the stage floor, on the hood of a gold prop car, with the furry animal mascot dancers; near-nudity in some projections; and swearing - the first sentence out of Cyrus's mouth included the f-word.
It was the sexualised near-nudity that had families squirming.
Viewers will get their fill of coy near-nudity and genital-centric one-liners, but none of the sophistication or honesty about gender-based double standards they might reasonably expect from such a scenario.
For example, in 1954, a Catholic priest from a church at 329 West 42nd Street decried the movie theaters that glorified "nudity and near-nudity," citing the Squire theater that was advertising the films "Naked Souls" and "Mating Time.
Summary: BILBAO, Spain: Dozens of activists stripped to near-nudity in front of the Guggenheim museum in the northern Spanish city of Bilbao on Saturday to protest against the bullfighting season which starts next week.
Near-nudity pervades our culture, of course, and the strange nudity of the engorged, buffed, plucked, and polished gym body is everywhere to be seen for a small fee.
Happy Mania contains bad language, adult situations, near-nudity, and lots of sex.
That part required more near-nudity -as well as the love scenes, he spent most of his time in skimpy swimming trunks.
So ignoring that the paying public would be happy to welcome scarlet basques, fluorescent lingerie or a state of near-nudity more commonly found on the Oasis holiday yacht.