in the altogether meaning
Adjective: in the altogether
- (used informally) completely unclothed
- bare-assed, bare-ass, in the buff, in the raw, raw, peeled, naked as a jaybird, stark naked
See also: unclothed
naked; nude. (Informal. In can be replaced with into.)
• We often went swimming in the altogether down at the creek.
• The museum has a painting of some ladies in the buff.
• Mary felt a little shy about getting into the altogether.
• Bill says he sleeps in the raw.
Fig. naked; nude. (Typically: be ~; get [into] ~; sleep ~.)
The museum has a painting of some ladies in the buff.
Mary felt a little shy about getting into the altogether.
Bill says he sleeps in the raw.
Phrs. Naked. E.g."She walked in on Mike, screamed, and ran downstairs crying. Mind you he was in the altogether.”
- altogether: Adverb: altogether ...
- for altogether: (rare)   ...
- the altogether: (informal) & ...
- when i opened the door, she was standing there in the altogether
- Not that you get to see Kidman in the altogether.
- Nudists all, and altogether relaxed in the altogether.
- But mostly she had to get used to being in the altogether for hours.
- Through much of the play, de Sade prances around the stage in the altogether.