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intr.v. skin·ny-dipped, skin·ny-dip·ping, skin·ny-dips Informal
To swim in the nude, especially in violation of conventional standards of propriety.

skin′ny-dip′per n.
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Noun1.skinny-dipper - a naked swimmer
swimmer - a trained athlete who participates in swimming meets; "he was an Olympic swimmer"
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