hatless


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Adj.1.hatless - not wearing a hat; "stood hatless in the rain with water dripping down his neck"
hatted - wearing a hat or a hat of a particular kind; "two old ladies, neatly hatted and gloved"; "a bearskin-hatted sentry"
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hatless

[ˈhætlɪs] ADJsin sombrero, descubierto
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His musket was gone; he was hatless and his face and clothing were begrimed.
He went out, hatless, leaving the street door open behind him.
Fortunately, the beasts seemed more bent on stretching their paws, and yawning, and flourishing their tails, than devouring me alive; but they would suffer no resurrection, and I was forced to lie till their malignant masters pleased to deliver me: then, hatless and trembling with wrath, I ordered the miscreants to let me out - on their peril to keep me one minute longer - with several incoherent threats of retaliation that, in their indefinite depth of virulency, smacked of King Lear.
At five minutes before eight, Passepartout, hatless, shoeless, and having in the squabble lost his package of shirts and shoes, rushed breathlessly into the station.
A hatless general pulled his dripping horse to a stand near the colonel of the 304th.
He was hatless and his tawny-gray hair was flat with wetness, coming down almost to his eyes, so clear and far-seeing.
Cutler had indeed risen stiffly and suddenly, and walked towards the door, hatless, as if at a word of command.
He was in the Inward Bills Department, one of the features of which was the sudden inrush, towards the end of each afternoon, of hatless, energetic young men with leather bags strapped to their left arms, clamouring for mysterious crackling documents, much fastened with pins.
He had somehow picked up a troop of droll children, little hatless boys with their galligaskins much worn and scant shirting to hang out, little girls who tossed their hair out of their eyes to look at him, and guardian brothers at the mature age of seven.
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?
She was hatless and with torn and disheveled clothing that had evidently once been a trim riding habit.
The sidewalks too were littered with men and women, hatless and bonnetless, who had rushed out of the houses.