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Bare bones   /bɛr boʊnz/   Listen
Bare bones

noun
1.
(plural) the most basic facts or elements.






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"Bare bones" Quotes from Famous Books



... (or for that matter of Asia) have anything like the interest for Americans that they have for Europeans, or that the educated American is not as a rule still seriously uninformed on many matters (all except the bare bones of facts and dates) of geography, of ethnology, of world-politics which are elementary matters to the Englishman of corresponding education;[113:2] but with their debut as a World-Power—above all with the acquisition of their colonial dependencies—Americans ...
— The Twentieth Century American - Being a Comparative Study of the Peoples of the Two Great - Anglo-Saxon Nations • H. Perry Robinson



Words linked to "Bare bones" :   sum, essence, heart and soul, core, centre, kernel, colloquialism, substance, pith, heart, inwardness, nitty-gritty, plural form, marrow, gist, meat, nub, center, plural



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