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    #1

    without her clothes on

    Can I say ' naked body' instead of without her clothes on?

    When I see her without her clothes on ( or when I see her naked body or when I see her undressed????), I can see that her body is wasting away.

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    #2

    Re: without her clothes on

    When I see

    her without her clothes on
    her naked (body)
    her undressed,

    I can see that her body is wasting away.

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    Re: without her clothes on


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