unlidded

unlidded

(ʌnˈlɪdɪd)
adj
1. with the lid or lids removed
2. (Anatomy) literary with the lid open
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I tried to tell you (It's true I'm still in love this: I loved the way with how the light hits the sky unlidded your wiry hair.
A simple unlidded wooden box was also found, branded with the name Emsley & Collins Ltd, which may once have been a local company.
Stowage space is provided by door pockets, a shelf running underneath the dash, front seatback magazine pockets, and small unlidded bins for the rear passengers.
I decided the children's toys could stay in their own unlidded plastic boxes.
at thy supreme desire touch the very pulse of fire with my bare unlidded eyes SALAMANDER Sweet Dusketha
UNLIDDED 32cm Specifics wok with thermospot heat indication system and four layer non-stick coating.
Touch the very pulse of fire / With my bare unlidded eyes"
I follow thee [and] / at thy supreme desire, / Touch the very pulse of fire / With my bare unlidded eyes" (80, 84-86).
Enkindled" with the kindling of his reading, Apollo continues to look--as if with Dusketha's "bare unlidded eyes"--upon Mnemosyne, and the results of this enkindled looking are the "wild commotions" that follow: "Soon wild commotions shook him, and made flush / All the immortal fairness of his limbs" (124-25).
The mince pie selection is being extended, with both shallow and deep, and lidded and unlidded shortcrust pastry and puff pastry to choose from.
Other potential, depending on the fruit, was in bulk bins and self locking, unlidded, larger corrugated cartons.
Polyphemus for Kelly is a phallic image - "one-eye, mi tuerto, / unlidded, / Polyphemus / (Much-Talking) / between the thighs" (373) - and an allegory of the withdrawal of "the sexual deed / from generation" (373).