Etymology
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au naturel (adj.)

1817, "uncooked," French, literally "naturally, in the natural state." Originally in English a term in French recipes, it was used euphemistically in English for "undressed" by 1860, perhaps via its use in French in the visual arts. See au + natural (adj.).

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Definitions of au naturel

au naturel (adj.)
completely unclothed;
Synonyms: bare / naked / nude
From wordnet.princeton.edu

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