The Collaborative International Dictionary
Bare \Bare\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Bared(b[^a]rd); p. pr. & vb. n. Baring.] [AS. barian. See Bare,
] To strip off the covering of; to make bare; as, to bare the breast.
adj. having the head uncovered; "caught bareheaded by the downpour"; "with bared head" [syn: bareheaded]
vb. (en-past of: bare)
Usage examples of "bared".
He bared his teeth at them and growled, and they shrieked with laughter.
Trolloc bared goat teeth at him in a snarl, ears twitching beside its horns.
Muradin was only a pace or two ahead, staring straight in front of him, teeth bared, snarling silently.
There was a sharp light in her blue eyes, and a bared dagger in her hand.
He gave her a moment to settle her heavy skirts, though at best they bared her legs well above her soft, knee-high boots, then heeled the dapple to a canter.
The spirit regarding the herder in return was not patient, his stature restrained to a self-contained power that would stand down bared steel on a glance.
He took thorough care, and finally encountered a hoof-trodden patch of bared ice.
Shadow masked him, while his ears rang and burned to the language of wind, singing litanies over bared granite.
He saw light strike through, flash in dazzling reflection off the bared runes of Alithiel, outthrust away from his body.
T High Priest would use the bared might of his office and trav with her royal retinue.
Jieret flared, as the bared vulnerability of that naked confidence backlashed against his sworn duty to Rathain.
Their bared swords were leveled in rigid hands, their faces torn by a volatile mix of worry and vindication.
Daon Ramon wore snow rime like snagged silk around weathered rims of bared rock.
The actinic flare of outraged nerves reamed her through, then became stripped of meaning by the bared lash of her will.
Now and again, Braggen bared the pale face, inanimate as death in repose.