He was unrobed
, and was none the better for it in appearance.
The rest of us mortals aren't used to seeing the justices of the Supreme Court, unrobed
, in public, discoursing with ordinary people.
The contrabasso's measured booming Sped at each bar to the parish bounds, To shepherds at their midnight lambings, To stealthy poachers on their rounds; And everybody caught full duly The notes of our delight, As Time unrobed
the Youth of Promise Hailed by our sanguine sight.
To be both one thing and that thing's opposite, unrobed
and yet still "pointing to [a] mask.
that the Constitution is law and the unrobed
are incapable of
tombs with disarticulated skeletons strongly indicate tomb reuse at this time period.
In the experiments carried out during the florescence peak (March-September 2006), 38% of the robbed flowers and 96% of the unrobed
Bikers and police clashed at Eugene's Naked Bike Ride last March after some unrobed
cyclists began disobeying traffic signals.
Standing on her piano stool, arms raised high in the air, she was then unrobed
from above by equally mysterious means.
He returned to the cinema for Mata Hari (1985), starring Christopher Cazenove and Sylvia Kristel, who unrobed
for those who enjoy a spot of spying.
Of course, I couldn't be tempted because unrobed
, I already know what I look like and, believe me, you DONOT wish to see that.