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nakedness

NAKEDNESS, n.

1. Want of covering or clothing; nudity; bareness.

2. Want of means of defense.

Ye are spies; to see the nakedness of the land are ye come. Gen 42.

3. Plainness; openness to view.

To uncover nakedness, in Scripture, is to have incestuous or unlawful commerce with a female.

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