Synonyms of bare in English:

bare


See definition of bare

adjective

1‘he was bare from the waist up’

SYNONYMS
naked, unclothed, undressed, uncovered, stripped, with nothing on, in a state of nature, disrobed, unclad, undraped, exposed
nude, in the nude, stark naked
au naturel
informal without a stitch on, in one's birthday suit, in the raw, in the altogether, in the buff, as naked as the day one was born, in the nuddy, mother naked
British informal starkers
Scottish informal in the scud, scuddy
North American informal bare-assed, buck naked
Australian informal bollocky
British vulgar slang bollock-naked
ANTONYMS

clothed

2‘a bare room’

SYNONYMS
empty, emptied, unfurnished, vacant, clear, cleared, free, stark, austere, spartan, unadorned, unembellished, unornamented, unfussy, plain
ANTONYMS

furnished, embellished

3‘bare floorboards’

SYNONYMS
uncovered, uncarpeted, unpainted, unvarnished
stripped
polished, sealed

4‘a cupboard bare of food’

SYNONYMS
empty of, emptied of, without, lacking, devoid of, bereft of, wanting, deprived of, destitute of, free from
ANTONYMS

containing

5‘a bare landscape’

SYNONYMS
barren, bleak, exposed, desolate, stark, arid, desert, denuded, lunar
treeless, forestless, without vegetation, defoliated
unsheltered, unprotected, unshielded
rare unwooded
ANTONYMS

lush

6‘Herodotus did not record just the bare facts’

SYNONYMS
straightforward, plain, simple, basic, pure, essential, bare-bones, fundamental, stripped down, cut down, stark, bald, cold, hard
truthful, realistic, true to life
brutal, harsh
explicit, unequivocal, unambiguous, unexaggerated, unadorned, unembellished, undisguised, unveiled, unvarnished, unqualified
informal warts and all

7‘the bare minimum’

SYNONYMS
mere, no more than, no better than, just a, only a, simple, sheer, very, basic
slim, slight, slender, paltry, skimpy, minimum, trifling
ANTONYMS

comfortable


verb

1‘he bared his arm’

SYNONYMS
uncover, strip, lay bare, undress, unclothe, denude, unveil, unmask
expose, expose to view, reveal
display, put on display, put on show, exhibit
ANTONYMS

cover