[ US /ˈtɑpɫəs/ ]
[ UK /tˈɒpləs/ ]
  1. having no top
    a topless jar
  2. having the breasts uncovered or featuring such nudity
    topless waitresses
    a topless cabaret
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How To Use topless In A Sentence

  • Do you dare to go topless on the beach?
  • Flex wings must rely on that pendulum under the wing and a certain amount of anhedral to overcome the fact that the sail just barely shifts (wing warping) on these high performance topless gliders.
  • The simplicity of transforming the SC430 from a hardtop to topless is startling.
  • She said: My nan was a topless mermaid and people used to pay money to look through and see her. Evening Standard - Home
  • Organisers of the Erotica exhibition, which features topless models, kinky clothes and sex toys, want to come back to the city after a controversial debut this year.
  • With the other deck shuffled twice, cut once, and put face up in a topless box, the deal begins.
  • With teak walls, antique jade carvings, dim lighting and neutral silk fabrics, our room at the Setai Hotel in Miami has a serene vibe, right down to the New Age music coming from a source we can't determine and the do-not-disturb sign with a topless Asian figure embossed in gold metal, finger to lips in a "shhh" gesture. Seeking South Beach Serenity
  • We will mark as stations places like the Federal Building, a symbol of the militarism of the country; the soup kitchen, a symbol of those made poor by the militarism of the country; a topless show bar, a symbol of the violence against women that machoism and militarism glorify. Sister Joan Chittister, OSB: Readings For Holy Week
  • You overworked your pen to the verge of toplessness.
  • He is joined by a host of other minor celebrities, including a pop star, a disgraced aristocrat and a topless model.
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