unpowdered

unpowdered

(ʌnˈpaʊdəd)
adj
not covered or sprinkled with powder
References in classic literature ?
They came down-stairs with powder before them and powder behind, the elder sister haughty and the younger sister humbled, and were shut out into unpowdered Harley Street, Cavendish Square.
Among the unpowdered were Charles James Fox, an aristocratic maverick, and the Duke of Bedford, another opponent of the Tory government.
66) Consider, for example, the "buff and blue" adopted by Charles James Fox and his Whig party supporters, the tri-color cockades and Phrygian caps of the sans-culottes, or the subtle significance of wearing one's hair unpowdered.
The ban would not apply to powdered radiographic protection gloves, nor to unpowdered gloves.
In recent years preventive strategies including microsurgical techniques, unpowdered gloves, extensive irrigation, adhesion reducing ag ents such as anti-inflammatory agents, peritoneal instillates and surgical barriers are in use for prevention of adhesions17.
Sadly, Steve didn't have quite the same cynicism to join those of us who leaped from those London playrooms into the world of the pop business and the unpowdered hard nose of reality.
WAY BACK in 1774, 100 Liverpool ladies presented an address to Queen Charlotte, informing her that they felt 'unspeakable pleasure' on learning that she was about to introduce the fashion 'of wearing the hair in a state of nature, unpowdered and unperfumed, which will be a means of showing that utmost excellent natural ornament in its true beauty.
In a self-portrait from 1761, she is wearing her hair loosely tied, unpowdered and flowing on her shoulders in a manner reminiscent of the personification of "Painting" in Cesare Ripa's Iconology; she is holding a palette and brushes; but her shoulders, bared by a dark robe falling off, the transparent camisole drawing attention to her skin, and most of all her unusual, sidelong, enticing smile, all underline the representation of a woman who appears self-assured both as a sexual being and as an artist.
Tints and creams are great but will only blend well on unpowdered skin.
His brown suit of clothes looked very rusty; he had a little old shrivelled unpowdered wig, which was too small for his head; his shirt neck and knees of his breeches were loose, his black worsted stockings ill drawn up; and he had a pair of unbuckled shoes by way of slippers.