sheetless

sheetless

(ˈʃiːtləs)
adj
lacking sheets
References in classic literature ?
Two chairs, a home-made table with a Kansas City Star as a cloth, a sheetless bed, a rough cupboard, a stove and floors carpeted with accumulations of untidiness completed the furnishings.
A sheetless cot with a battered baseball mitt and a teddy bear resting on it occupied Brown Bear, with cut flowers littering the ground.
I am strapped to a sheetless cot in hell, seven televisions
The patented STF Sheetless ThermoForming[TM] Technology enabled this design of the staircase, which is 22 feet long and 4 feet wide.
I gave the woman a daggers glance through baggy eyes and hissed: "I'm sharing a sheetless bed with her in November.
(My apartment had no tables, no chairs, just a stranded-looking, sheetless cot and, beyond it, stack after stack of the folded towels--dish towels, tea towels, hand towels--this ex-wife had bought for the undampened life she had imagined for us.) The food never became intelligible to my taste, and I soon enough was always going hungry, always feeling dwindled and funny in the head.
--Madame Bovary BONHEUR: A BRIEF ESSAY Thus there was a certain poverty of sheetless beds, the gelid climate of a room sans radiateur in the youth hostel.
The patent-pending Sheetless ThermoForming (STF) technology is reportedly faster and more cost-effective than standard thermoforming processes.
Ellis leads me to our berth, which is five feet deep and six feet long, too short to accommodate the sheetless rubber mattresses, which lie on the bunks in crinkled, obtuse U's.