- adj. Without a jacket (coat).
- adj. Without a jacket (book cover).
- jacket + -less (Wiktionary)
“Keith Olbermann went jacketless to welcome Lawrence O'Donnell to the MSNBC primetime lineup Monday night.”
“David – just between you and me, I have a cupboard full of jacketless books that are waiting for me to bind one fine day … I went for the Sara Paretsky, mostly.”
“I picked up a jacketless copy of Mists of Dawn from that cart.”
“Trouble is, as I searched the higher priced copies for sale on ABE and ABAA, the true first includes ‘First Edition’ stated on the copyright page … my jacketless book is worth $10-20 max.”
“After all of the talk, after all the eggs that had been literally thrown at him, Irving sat jacketless with his elbows on the table, hands folded, and chin resting on his hands -- waiting.”
“Orange kept his suit jacket on while Brown went jacketless, his shirtsleeves rolled up as they spoke in an 11th-floor conference room at the Judiciary Square building.”
“In his 1981 shot, the Fox News host and radio juggernaut went for a jacketless shirt/tie combo.”
“Somebody named Eric Darton wrote a book called Free City that was published in a charming, very small, jacketless hardcover edition.”
“OH! and the dust jacketless cover treatment is totally cool.”
“Trail blazers: Peter Robins at the Guardian looks at the emerging trend of jacketless hardcovers, calling them "unnecessary and vulnerable encumbrances.”
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