jacketless

jacketless

(ˈdʒækɪtləs)
adj
having no jacket
References in classic literature ?
He wore a blackened flannel shirt, and the jacketless ruins of the holiday suit of yesterday.
And he appears jacketless, just as he was in that hot, non-air-conditioned Tennessee courtroom in 1925.
216) the Federal Circuit concluded that Liebel-Flarsheim's patent covering a syringe lacked enablement "because the specification [did] not describe a jacketless injector," a required element of the patent's claims.
147) For example, the court has noted the "irony of this situation," where the patentee "successfully pressed to have its claims include a jacketless system, but, having won that battle, it then had to show that such a claim was fully enabled, a challenge it could not meet.
Available in both jacketless hardcover and Kindle editions, Darien and the Seed of Obreget is the second novel in a fantastic series following Darien, a young girl caught between worlds in more ways than one.
A jacketless Chris Coleman looks on as Wales slump to a 6-1 defeat in Serbia
Stumbling, slurring, eyes rolling, shoeless, jacketless, she was in a terrible state.
Doughball Dave" A Tweeter's description of the Prime Minister whose appearance jacketless at the G8 Summit revealed a paunch.
The shot cuts to Darcy emerging from the lake at Pemberley, jacketless and wearing a wet, translucent shirt.
A jacketless Labour leader had to ask for the question to be repeated in the large conference hall, and then joked that was down to "selective hearing" and then offered a "sort of thank you" to the member of the public who made the request.
On the other hand, I recently passed on a reasonably priced but jacketless copy of Zelda Fitzgerald's Save Me the Waltz (1932)--a blunder, as an affordable copy may not come around again.