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Oxford dictionary definition of the word stark:
1severe or bare in appearance or outline:
the ridge formed a stark silhouette against the sky
unpleasantly or sharply clear:
his position is in stark contrast to that of Curran
the stark reality of life for deprived minorities
2 [attributive] complete; sheer:
he came running back in stark terror
rare completely naked.
3 archaic or literary stiff, rigid, or incapable of movement:
a human body lying stiff and stark by the stream
physically strong or powerful:
the dragoons were stark fellows
stark raving (or staring) mad
informal completely crazy:
for heaven’s sake Bruce, have you gone stark raving mad?
the reality is starkly different
Old English stearc ‘unyielding, severe’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch sterk and German stark ‘strong’