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nude +β€Ž -ie

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nudie (plural nudies)

  1. (often attributive) Entertainment involving naked people, especially women.
    • 2017 September 27, David Browne, "Hugh Hefner, 'Playboy' Founder, Dead at 91," Rolling Stone
      Over the following decades, the magazine published nude photos of its Playboy Bunnies along with shots of stars Pamela Anderson, Kate Moss, Madonna and Cindy Crawford. But Hefner envisioned Playboy as more than a nudie magazine.
    • 2009 January 25, Ken Johnson, β€œThe Image Is Erotic. But Is It Art?”, in New York Timesβ€Ž[1]:
      Playboy had recently become an object of mainstream popularity, a nudie magazine with literary content that smart men and women could peruse without embarrassment.

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