skirtless

skirtless

(ˈskɜːtləs)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) having, or wearing, no skirt
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Two of my favorite jigs are skirtless. "Naked" jigs such as the Doc's Goofy Jig are deadly by virtue of their erratic action when you snap the rodtip.
Her suit is of a black sheeny stuff like a swim-meet suit and skirtless. She comes out of the water like a spaniel, giving her head a flirt which slaps her hair around in a wet curl and stooping, brushes the water from her legs.
This skirtless, fully self-contained system includes the company's Slide-N-Roll beds, removable slide-out UHMW and steel side supports and center rolls.
Also using common rail direct injection, the engine makes use of materials such as skirtless steel pistons, which permit gas pressures up to 3480 psi and ignition pressures to 23,200 psi.
The speaker lashes out at the "Degenerate Britons!" (610) who have demoralized the stage: "great SKEFFINGTON must claim our praise, / For skirtless coats, and skeletons of plays / Renowned alike" (598-99).
Arthur tells Charles early on that Annabel is "tearing him up," yet he persists in calling her; Diana torments Arthur with the prospect of telling Annabel's mother of finding the girl skirtless in the Middleton bedroom, although she has no more desire for such a revelation than he.
Arriving in a silver chain mail dress that was almost skirtless, far less backless, she ensured maximum coverage - for her lack of coverage.