gloveless


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Adj.1.gloveless - devoid of gloves
gloved - having the hands covered with gloves
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Her left hand lay gloveless, and of the four rings on her third finger one was a wedding-ring.
The Story Girl wore her school print dress and hat also, and was gloveless and heavy shod.
And what would their parents think of me, if they saw or heard the children rioting, hatless, bonnetless, gloveless, and bootless, in the deep soft snow?
MATT WALLACE hopes a new gloveless signal to his caddie will help curb his temper as he returns to action at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open tomorrow.
Gloves were first introduced in boxing in 1892, and since then regulations have developed to create the sport we know today, but the British Boxing Board of Control will not regulate gloveless fights, and frowns on its bare knuckle cousin.
When you get to the viewing deck that offers a glimpse of both countries, remember to bring gloves that allow you to use your touchscreens going gloveless just for a photo is a challenge on its own.
Singota's gloveless, robotic aseptic manufacturing service supports filling injectable products into vial, syringe, and cartridge formats.
Vanrx Pharmasystems' Microcell Vial Filler is a fully integrated gloveless robotic isolator for pharmaceutical vial filling.
Izadi et al., "Digits: freehand 3D interactions anywhere using a wrist-worn gloveless sensor," in Proceedings of the 25th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, pp.