Bareheaded
Bareheaded Bare"head`ed, Barehead Bare"head, a. & adv. Having the head uncovered; as, a bareheaded girl. [1913 Webster]

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  • bareheaded — [ber′hed΄id] adj., adv. wearing no hat or other covering on the head …   English World dictionary

  • bareheaded — [[t]be͟ə(r)he̱dɪd[/t]] ADJ: usu v link ADJ, ADJ after v Someone who is bareheaded is not wearing a hat or any other covering on their head. He was bareheaded, coatless and soaking wet... I rode bareheaded... One of the police officers was… …   English dictionary

  • bareheaded — adverb or adjective Date: 14th century without a covering for the head < went bareheaded in the hot sun > < a bareheaded boy who had lost his cap > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bareheaded — bare|head|ed [ˌbeəˈhedıd US ˈberhedıd] adj, adv without a hat or other covering on your head ▪ You can t go out bareheaded in this weather …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bareheaded — adjective, adverb without a hat on your head: You can t go out bareheaded in this weather! …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bareheaded — bareheadedness, n. /bair hed id/, adj., adv. with the head uncovered. Also, barehead. [1520 30; BARE1 + HEADED; cf. ME bareheved, barehed] * * * …   Universalium

  • bareheaded — 1. adjective Having no covering on the head. 2. adverb With no covering on the head …   Wiktionary

  • bareheaded — bare head·ed || ‚ber hedɪd /beÉ™ adj. having no covering for the head …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bareheaded — adjective & adverb without a covering for one s head …   English new terms dictionary

  • bareheaded — bare•head•ed [[t]ˈbɛərˌhɛd ɪd[/t]] also bare′head adj. adv. with the head uncovered • Etymology: 1520–30 bare′head ed•ness, n …   From formal English to slang

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