unroofed


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un·roof

 (ŭn-ro͞of′, -ro͝of′)
tr.v. un·roofed, un·roof·ing, un·roofs
To remove the roof or covering of.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unroofed - having no roofunroofed - having no roof; "an unroofed shed"  
bare - lacking its natural or customary covering; "a bare hill"; "bare feet"
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Presently it brought me to stone uprights, with an unroofed lodge beside them, and coats of arms upon the top.
Dismantled houses here and there appeared, tottering to the earth, propped up by fragments of others that had fallen down, unroofed, windowless, blackened, desolate, but yet inhabited.
It was a perfect building two hundred and fifty years ago, when a shell dropped into the Venetian magazine stored here, and the explosion which followed wrecked and unroofed it.
In the theaters, therefore, at first generally square-built or octagonal, the stage projected from the rear wall well toward the center of an unroofed pit (the present-day 'orchestra'), where, still on three sides of the stage, the common people, admitted for sixpence or less, stood and jostled each other, either going home when it rained or staying and getting wet as the degree of their interest in the play might determine.
This heap, made in the winter of '46-7 and estimated to contain ten thousand tons, was finally covered with hay and boards; and though it was unroofed the following July, and a part of it carried off, the rest remaining exposed to the sun, it stood over that summer and the next winter, and was not quite melted till September, 1848.
Though unroofed by any glass or gilt plaster, the guests were nearly all under a delicate and irregular roof of leaves; for the ornamental trees stood so thick around and among the tables as to give something of the dimness and the dazzle of a small orchard.
The beast was destroyed by being shot from a corner of the building which was unroofed. They commit also at these times great ravages among cattle and horses.
He added that the preparation of the Syrian pavilion has been finished while the handing of the pavilions at the roofed and unroofed spaces has started to allow the participants to start preparation of their pavilions completely and to bring their goods via the private gates.
But by 1837, archives refer to Borg as deserted with its buildings unroofed and abandoned.
Built on the concept of maximising terrace space through staggered slabs and unroofed balconies, the uniquely designed, 16-storey building overlooks the surrounding Healthcare City area that encompasses the Dubai Creek and a stunning skyline.