nakedly nakedly

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) in an exposed manner; without protection or defense
  2. (adv) without clothing

Usage(s):

  1. Brady also warned against Sarkozy's following his presidential predecessors' tradition of nakedly pushing French national interests in Europe's name.
  2. This is a Bangkok that only a farang, or foreigner, could love, and it felt oddly familiar even 50 years ago, when Jack Reynolds gave us his nakedly titled Woman of Bangkok.
  3. I have to say I'm impressed she posted something so nakedly shallow and stupid.

News

  1. Christie gets bashed for election date

    Editorial : October election is wrong for New Jersey. Page A11 TRENTON — Seven months after he stood shoulder-to-shoulder with President Barack Obama in what was celebrated by many in storm-battered New Jersey as a selfless display of bipartisanship, Gov. Chris Christie finds himself accused of hypocrisy and nakedly political self-dealing.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Daily Journal

  2. NJ's popular Gov. Christie bashed from both sides for scheduling Senate election for October

    TRENTON, N.J. - Seven months after he stood shoulder-to-shoulder with President Barack Obama in what was celebrated by many in storm-battered New Jersey as a selfless display of bipartisanship, Republican Gov. Chris Christie finds himself accused of hypocrisy and nakedly political self-dealing.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

  3. NJ's Gov. Chris Christie bashed for election move - NBC40.net

    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Seven months after he stood shoulder-to-shoulder with President Barack Obama in what was celebrated by many in storm-battered New Jersey as a selfless display of bipartisanship, Republican Gov. Chris Christie finds himself accused of hypocrisy and nakedly political self-dealing.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: NBC40 South Jersey

Quotes

  1. Columnist Peter Roebuck said the BCCI's chartering of a plane to whisk its players home if the case was lost was "one of the most nakedly aggressive actions taken in the history of a notoriously fractious game".
    on Jan 29, 2008 By: Peter Roebuck Source: New Zealand Herald

  2. First Minister Alex Salmond said: "These papers are proof positive of the bad faith of successive UK Governments - Labour and Tory - in depriving Scotland of access to our own North Sea resources for nakedly political reasons."
    on Feb 14, 2009 By: Alex Salmond Source: BBC News

  3. "We have no desire to be free speech martyrs, but it would have been nakedly hypocritical to avoid the same cartoons we'd criticised others for not running," Siegel said.
    on Feb 8, 2006 By: Harry Siegel Source: NEWS.com.au

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