coatless


Related to coatless: costless

coatless

(ˈkəʊtlɪs)
adj
without a coat or coat of arms
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One Saturday evening when I was having supper with Lena, we heard a knock at her parlour door, and there stood the Pole, coatless, in a dress shirt and collar.
Poyser, entering warm and coatless, with the two black-eyed boys behind him, still looking as much like him as two small elephants are like a large one.
Imagine Kikko's surprise when she peeks through a window at the distant figure, arrived at a strange house, showing himself hatless and coatless as.
Ms Bevan was captured on CCTV leaving Bristol Maternity Hospital coatless and carrying Zaani wrapped in just a blanket on Tuesday.
CCTV footage released by police shows her coatless and clutching her newborn baby, who is wrapped in just a blanket, as she leaves the maternity ward.
Although she looked sophisticated in a black lace dress, the pregnant star must have been cold as she went bare-legged and coatless as she walked down the street.
SINGAPORE: Along a sun-splashed cobblestone street in central Singapore, coatless bankers with loosened ties quaff imported beers in a neighbourhood of gaily painted shophouses called Duxton Hill.
like Grandma says, "For I see a need, and so if start giving coats to the coatless, I'm giving my heart," our giving can help those in need.
Gray uses the coat as a jumping off point for a discussion of Riel, his reputation and influence, but returns to Harry Green, who, it appears, was nowhere near Batoche when Riel was found, coatless on a very hot day.
Then there are the coatless girls who get a space blanket if they are staggering around alone in the cold.
With the sun still in the cusp of summer, the urge to make the most of every moment of luxuriant, coatless daylight rises in Alaskans like sap in trees.