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Strip

Definition of strip:

part of speech: participle

Stripping.

part of speech: verb

To pull off in strips or stripes: to tear off: to deprive of a covering: to skin: to make bare: to expose: to deprive: to make destitute: to plunder.

part of speech: noun

Long narrow piece.

part of speech: verb

To undress:- pr. p. stripping; pa. t. and pa. p. stripped.

part of speech: participle

Stripped.

part of speech: verb

To pull off; deprive of a covering; make naked or destitute; plunder.

part of speech: verb

To undress.

part of speech: noun

A long, narrow piece; as, a strip of cloth.

part of speech: verb

To make naked; deprive of a covering; skin or peel, as an orange; to pull off; as, to strip bark from a tree; to deprive; rob; as, to strip a man of his riches; plunder; as, to strip riches from a man; milk dry, as a cow.

part of speech: noun

Same as STRIPE, a long narrow piece of anything.

Usage examples for strip:

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