unwalled

unwalled

(ʌnˈwɔːld)
adj
(Fortifications) not surrounded by walls, not having or protected by walls
References in classic literature ?
Bert came to houses of the same detached, unwalled, wooden type, but adorned now with enamelled advertisements partly in English and partly in Esperanto.
DIAGNOSIS: Straight to meandering burrows that are unbranched, unwalled, and backfilled in segments of tightly packed sediment that vary considerably in width.
Contrary to virtual reality on the World Wide Web, e-commerce is not a single, unwalled entity where consumers wander in and out sans boundaries.
Jokneam: A fortified city existed at the site in the Iron Age, but the impressive fortification system went out of use in the Assyrian period and the remains from this time "represent a poor, unwalled settlement" (Ben-Tor 1993a: 807; see also table on p.
These foci have precluded adequate attention to the small, unwalled settlements and domestic spaces inhabited by the Israelite peasant class.
It was so long and thin that its balcony, over the projection booth, floated from the proscenium like a visionary unwalled lobby.
The unwalled garden: growth of the Open Course Ware Consortium, 2001-2008.
The proposed destination retail area is slated to be an open, seamless, unwalled area, where Indian theme-based souvenirs, artefacts, home dAcor, textiles and accessories, paintings and artwork, stationery, jewelery and toys may be sold.
The proposed destination retail area is slated to be an open, seamless, unwalled area, where Indian theme-based souvenirs, artefacts, home dcor, textiles and accessories, paintings and artwork, stationery, jewelery and toys may be sold.
notes that Freud invited her to walk through the unwalled wall during one of their sessions.
It was a domestic, unwalled site of stone-built longhouses dating to the 7th-6th centuries BCE.