starkers
adjective Etymology: alteration of 1stark Date: circa 1923 chiefly British completely unclothed ; naked

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Starkers! — is a monthly naked club night in London. It takes place on the third Friday of every month.Starkers! was the first night of its kind in England where everyone is naked, but other similar events have since started. Entrants must remove all… …   Wikipedia

  • starkers — ► ADJECTIVE informal, chiefly Brit. ▪ completely naked …   English terms dictionary

  • starkers — [stär′kərz] adj. [Informal, Chiefly Brit.] Chiefly Brit. Informal 1. wearing no clothes; naked 2. insane; crazy …   English World dictionary

  • starkers — adjective /ˈstɑrkɚz/ completely nude Entering the bathroom, I found Bill there, still starkers after his bath. Syn: bare, butt naked, in ones birthday suit, in the bare, in the …   Wiktionary

  • Starkers — Avoid being seen starkers when visiting England. It means stark naked …   The American's guide to speaking British

  • starkers — /stahr keuhrz/, adj., adv. Brit. Informal. wearing no clothes; naked. [1905 10; STARK (NAKED) + ERS] * * * …   Universalium

  • Starkers — adj 1. totally naked; 2. absolutely mad; insane …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • starkers — Australian Slang adj 1. totally naked; 2. absolutely mad; insane …   English dialects glossary

  • starkers — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Chiefly British. Not wearing any clothes: au naturel, bare, naked, nude, unclad. Idioms: in one s birthday suit, in the altogether (or buff or raw), naked as a jaybird, stark naked, without a stitch. See PUT ON,… …   English dictionary for students

  • starkers — stark|ers [ˈsta:kəz US ˈsta:rkərz] adj [not before noun] BrE informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: stark (naked)] not wearing any clothes = ↑naked …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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