from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. With no covering on the head: walking bareheaded in the rain; a bareheaded pedestrian.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having no covering on the head.
- adv. With no covering on the head.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Having the head uncovered.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the head uncovered, especially as a token of respect.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having the head uncovered
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This and another carriage and Nolan's four-wheeler blocked the way; but without waiting for them to move up, Carlton leaned out of his hansom and called the bareheaded man to its side.
Nolan's four-wheeler blocked the way; but without waiting for them to move up, Carlton leaned out of his hansom and called the bareheaded man to its side.
The Parthian, and other more inland sove - reigns of Asia, are sometimes, though seldom, represented ontheircoins bareheaded, with their long hair and bushy beards most finically dres - sed and curled.
Caine, a kind of bareheaded, bare-footed, 19th century beatnik poet, reflected a national mood of vague spiritual yearning, mixed with unease over the durability of Western values, and partially prompted by the United States 'dispiriting experience with the Vietnam War.
She fell to wondering what her life would have been like had she been born a Chinese woman, or an Italian woman like those she saw, head-shawled or bareheaded, squat, ungainly and swarthy, who carried great loads of driftwood on their heads up from tha beach.
The mobs who confronted Baha'u'llah as He was forced to walk in chains, barefooted and bareheaded, from Niyavaran to Tehran jeered him just as the mob jeered Christ on his lonely, cross-burdened walk.
In midday, bareheaded, clad only in swimming trunks, Aloysius Pankburn ran down the main street from Lavina's to the water front.
Beside the car, bareheaded, stood another young man.
He was a little man, in patched overalls; bareheaded, with a cotton shirt open at the throat and down the chest.
I thought it was meet to arouse Maud; but this time I shouted in merriment as I danced about the beach, bareheaded, in mock despair.