[ UK /ʃˈuːləs/ ]
  1. without shoes
    shoeless Joe Jackson
    the barefoot boy
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  • April 15th, 2010 at 1: 56 pm shoe (formerly shoeless, sponsored by Nike) says: Think Progress » GOP Rep. Paul Broun Admits To Illegally Sending Back An Incomplete Census
  • It´s a good thing you are not a caucasian from the deep southern United States where your region of birth would identify you, no matter who you really were, as an ignorant redneck shoeless clodhopping moonshining poorly educated trailer trash racist pig bigoted xenophobic holy rolling reigious zealot who doesn´t know his ass from a hole in the ground. Saying Goodbye - Disparaging Remarks
  • The people can just wait until I collect my millions as a lobbyist against their interests. independent989 Says: shoeless Chilopoda Says: Think Progress
  • We are sprawled shoeless around the courtyard of the Creole Gardens, and are all tired and happy and making dinner plans. J'arrive!
  • They were happiest dashing off into the unknown—their diaries are filled with accounts of momentous discoveries made after enduring punishing hardships: getting lost, eating raw vulture flesh, trekking through rain forests shoeless and clothesless, being sucked into whirlpools for hours on end, fending off rabid buffalo attacks, falling with their horses into hippopotamus wallows, having all their hair eaten by rats while sleeping and negotiating with armed, xenophobic natives ready to stone foreigners for trespassing on their sacred farmland. The Fruit Hunters
  • Tyros get kick-started by taking shoeless jaunts around their house, back yard and neighborhood before hitting the trail.
  • He managed to raise my ire by repeatedly referring to the Tennessean as some sort of shoeless hayseed.
  • You will never hear anyone in the MSM mention this idea. lokidog Says: shoeless Chilopoda Says: Think Progress
  • Them mysterious words of an Iowa baseball announcer lead Ray Kinsella to carve a baseball diamond in his cornfield in honor of his hero, the baseball legend Shoeless Joe Jackson.
  • And so you don't ruin all your hard work, go shoeless for at least an hour.
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