Definition of "strip-search"
  1. This refers to the act of searching someone deeply after removing their clothes in order to detect any concealed objects or substances, often for security reasons
How to use "strip-search" in a sentence
  1. The security personnel had to strip-search the suspect after they found a suspicious package in their bag.
  2. Though the officer did not want to, he was required to strip-search the detainee following the standard procedures.
  3. After the alert from the metal detector, the warden had no choice but to strip-search the individual.

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