underclad

underclad

(ˌʌndəˈklæd)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) not wearing enough clothes
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The congregation of underclad Europeans and Americans on beaches in summer may have something to do with the sun's luxurious touch; but surely, it cannot be unrelated to the exposure of visual attractions otherwise obscured by clothes.
You'll spend all of Secret Santa week watching underclad men gyrating in the dining hall and figuring out who you'll hook up with at IncestFest," Harvard's official student newspaper, The Crimson, reads.
Not that anybody is planning a precocious presence in the line-up of six unemployed steelworkers whose underclad adventure has become something of a cult story.
Just to be very different, the two freshmen dress like underclad superheroes.
Less well-known are White's splendid evocations of Ancient Britons: those formidable underclad and overarmed men and women one would dread meeting on a dark night.
That means a lot of crashed police cars, beach patrols leering at underclad girls, getting unwittingly involved with local gangsters and ultimately making a mess of everything.
She's been beaten into unconsciousness when he discovers her underclad body near his farm.
From the undiscerning-viewer standpoint, it's all entertaining enough -- Fitzgerald ponies up enough attractive underclad bodies, campy '50s tunes and cartoony period production design to hold attention painlessly.