a.1.Divested or deprived of the helm or helmet.
2.Not wearing a helmet; without a helmet.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Whether from love of form, or from curiosity, the marshals paid no attention to his expressions of reluctance, but unhelmed him by cutting the laces of his casque, and undoing the fastening of his gorget.
6 for not assuming his role as emperor, thereby leaving Italy without leadership, keeling like an unhelmed ship in a storm ("nave sanza nocchiere in gran tempesta") and going wild ("indomita e selvaggia") like a horse without a rider ("la sella e vota") (Purg 6.77, 98, 89).
described a 13-year-old boy (weighing 70 kg) who "was involved in an unhelmed bicycle crash while riding down a hill, with loss of consciousness for a few seconds" [1].
Adding a twist to the heavily director-driven program, actor Dainius Gavenonis and set designer Jurate Paulekaite are billed as the creators of an unhelmed theatrical experiment, Closed Party.