baring


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baring

uncovering; undressing; exposing: He removed his shirt, baring his chest.
Not to be confused with:
bearing – a person’s demeanor, including posture and gestures: She has a regal bearing.; bringing forth: a tree bearing fruit

bare 1

 (bâr)
adj. bar·er, bar·est
1. Lacking the usual or appropriate covering or clothing; naked: a bare arm.
2. Exposed to view; undisguised: bare fangs.
3. Lacking the usual furnishings, equipment, or decoration: bare walls.
4. Having no addition, adornment, or qualification: the bare facts.
5. Just sufficient; mere: the bare necessities.
6. Obsolete Bareheaded.
tr.v. bared, bar·ing, bares
1. To make bare; uncover or reveal: bared their heads; baring secrets.
2. To expose: The dog bared its teeth.

[Middle English bar, from Old English bær; see bhoso- in Indo-European roots.]

bare′ness n.

bare 2

 (bâr)
v. Archaic
A past tense of bear1.

Baring

(ˈbɛərɪŋ)
n
(Biography) Evelyn, 1st Earl of Cromer. 1841–1917, English administrator. As consul general in Egypt with plenipotentiary powers, he controlled the Egyptian government from 1883 to 1907
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.baring - the removal of coveringbaring - the removal of covering    
remotion, removal - the act of removing; "he had surgery for the removal of a malignancy"
disforestation, deforestation - the removal of trees
cornhusking - the act of removing the husks from ears of corn
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Fogg; and, turning to the others, he continued: "I have a deposit of twenty thousand at Baring's which I will willingly risk upon it."
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He skipped nimbly out of reach of each threatening female--for such is the way of apes, if they be not in one of their occasional fits of bestial rage--and he growled back at the truculent young bulls, baring his canine teeth even as they.
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Platt-after many years of research in the Baring Papers-completed a long manuscript in 1978 entitled "The Sixth Great Power, 1763-1870." The Baring family did not like it, and, although Platt has subsequently published materials based on the Baring records, this work was never published.