1. not wearing a hat
    stood hatless in the rain with water dripping down his neck
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How To Use hatless In A Sentence

  • They were both about sixty, both very short, pink, and chubby, and both hatless. Notable & Quotable
  • He was hatless; his Crimean shirt was torn into ribbons; his moleskin breeches were covered with blood and dirt; the strap belt, with its sheath-knife and various pouches, was gone, and this, judging from the state of his legs and feet, had been forcibly removed. Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land
  • He may be as much a patron saint of hatlessness as John F. Kennedy is said to have been. Men without hats: James Ellroy and Eddie Muller on "Crime Wave"
  • He was hatless with his hair slicked back and parted down the middle.
  • stood hatless in the rain with water dripping down his neck
  • But it was not quite time for that yet: it would be inartistic to suggest that just a couple of weeks of hatlessness had produced so desirable a result. Queen Lucia
  • Tom, wigless and hatless, arrived after breakfast to say that he has hired men to remove all the costumes and paintings in the theatre to a safer location and to stand by with water buckets in case the fire reaches Bridges Street. Exit the Actress
  • Until the 1950s, many women would go hatless in their own quartier, something they would not do if they were to go beyond its informal limits.
  • And what would their parents think of me, if they saw or heard the children rioting, hatless, bonnetless, gloveless, and bootless, in the deep soft snow? Agnes Grey
  • But she looked crazy: wild-eyed, wild-haired, coatless, hatless, and dragging a gray blanket behind her through the snow. Uprising
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