STRIPPED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for STRIPPED?

Need another word that means the same as “stripped”? Find 2 synonyms and 30 related words for “stripped” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Stripped” are: stripped-down, bare

Stripped as an Adjective

Definitions of "Stripped" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “stripped” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Having everything extraneous removed including contents.
  • Having only essential or minimal features.
  • With clothing stripped off.

Synonyms of "Stripped" as an adjective (2 Words)

bareJust barely adequate or within a lower limit.
Bare floorboards.
stripped-downHaving only essential or minimal features.

Usage Examples of "Stripped" as an adjective

  • A stripped new car.
  • A stripped-down budget.

Associations of "Stripped" (30 Words)

baldGrow bald lose hair on one s head.
A bald pate.
bareLay bare.
You are bare lazy.
beltA conveyor belt.
She belted him over the head with her racquet.
decompressionA gradual reduction of air pressure on a person who has been experiencing high pressure while diving.
This disk contains a number of utilities which require decompression.
denudationThe removal of covering.
denudeLay bare.
Almost overnight the Arctic was denuded of animals.
depriveTake away possessions from someone.
The city was deprived of its water supplies.
diffusionThe spread of social institutions (and myths and skills) from one society to another.
The rate of diffusion of a gas.
disenfranchiseDeprive (someone) of the rights and privileges of a free inhabitant of a borough, city, or country.
The law disenfranchised some 3 000 voters on the basis of a residence qualification.
disrobeTake off official vestments or regalia.
Kate remembers being disrobed.
divestRid oneself of (a business interest or investment.
The board of trustees divested 20 million in real estate property.
exposeExpose while ridiculing especially of pretentious or false claims and ideas.
At low tide the sands are exposed.
exposedWith no protection or shield.
Equity investors are perhaps the most exposed.
impoverishExhaust the strength or vitality of.
The wars had impoverished him.
leachThe process of leaching.
Ash is readily leached.
loosenMake less severe or strict.
He wanted to strengthen rather than loosen union links.
peelRemove (the outer covering or skin) from a fruit or vegetable.
Pieces of potato peel.
percolateSpread gradually.
Percolate coffee.
permeatePass through.
His personality has begun to permeate through the whole organization.
robRip off; ask an unreasonable price.
Hughes robbed Vonk yards inside the City half.
unaidedNeeding or having no assistance; without help.
His first unaided walk through the park.
undoDeprive of certain characteristics.
Iago s hatred of women undoes him.
undressGet undressed.
Women in various states of undress.
unfastenOpen the fastening of; undo (something.
Unfasten your belt.
unpaintedNot painted.
An unpainted house.
untieCause to become loose.
They untied the prisoner.
unwrapRemove the wrapping from (a package.
Unwrap the evidence in the murder case.
usurpSeize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one’s right or possession.
The Church had usurped upon the domain of the state.

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