noun see topless

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Toplessness — This article deals with topless females. For males, see barechestedness. Toplessness refers to the state in which a woman or postpubescent girl has her breasts uncovered, with her areolae and nipples visible, usually in a public space. The… …   Wikipedia

  • toplessness — noun The state of being topless, the state of not covering ones torso with garments. She soon discovered that the customers preferred toplessness to cheaper drinks …   Wiktionary

  • toplessness — n. exposure of the top part of the body …   English contemporary dictionary

  • toplessness — topˈlessness noun • • • Main Entry: ↑top …   Useful english dictionary

  • topless — toplessness, n. /top lis/, adj. 1. lacking a top: a topless bathing suit. 2. nude above the waist or hips: topless dancers. 3. featuring entertainers, waitresses, etc., who are nude above the waist or hips: a topless bar. 4. extremely high: a… …   Universalium

  • Topfreedom — is a social movement seeking the recognition of a right of women and girls to be topfree in public where men and boys have that right. The topfreedom movement objects to the risqué connotations of the term topless and usually prefers the term… …   Wikipedia

  • Intimate part — An intimate, personal, or private part is a place on the human body which is customarily kept covered by clothing in public venues and conventional settings, as a matter of decency, decorum, and respectfulness.[citation needed] The term is a… …   Wikipedia

  • Nudity — A group of naturists on a nude beach Nude and Naked redirect here. For other uses, see Nude (disambiguation) …   Wikipedia

  • Breast — The milk engorged breast of a pregnant woman …   Wikipedia

  • Clothing laws by country — Clothing laws vary considerably around the world. In general, in most countries, there are no laws which prescribe what clothing is required to be worn. However, the community standards of clothing are set indirectly by way of prosecution of… …   Wikipedia

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